‘Alice’ anniversary being marked at Victoria Square

Melissa Anderson from Ballyclare along with Hannah Pennie, Ellie Pennie and Scarlett Watson help Victoria Square mark the 150th anniversary of 'Alice's Adventures In Wonderland', by magically transforming into a wonderland of its own for the  month of August . (Submitted Picture) by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.
Melissa Anderson from Ballyclare along with Hannah Pennie, Ellie Pennie and Scarlett Watson help Victoria Square mark the 150th anniversary of 'Alice's Adventures In Wonderland', by magically transforming into a wonderland of its own for the month of August . (Submitted Picture) by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

Fairytale fans from Ballymena have been helping Victoria Square mark the 150th anniversary of ‘Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland’.

Ellie Pennie (7), Scarlett Watson (8) and Hannah Pennie (8) from Ballymena & Kells were among those who attended the launch of the ‘Wonderland’.

Families are currently being invited to travel on an interactive adventure through the centre; starting in the rabbit hole in the iconic dome with book swapping and storytelling, past the magic mirrors for photo opportunities, onto the tea time zone with cake decorating and hat design and through the rose garden to colour-in and play croquet.

For those curious enough to enter, there will be a 6ft maze with only one way in and one way out and giant board games such as connect four, chess and Lego.