Sign in
EN - Eat and Drink

You Can Enjoy High Tea In A Magical Dome Starting This Week In Calgary

It's "Alice in Wonderland" themed!
You Can Enjoy High Tea In A Magical Dome Starting This Week In Calgary

A magical adventure is coming to Calgary in the form of an Alice in Wonderland high tea extravaganza.

Starting Thursday, October 1, and running until Sunday, November 1, you and a group of up to five others can sit in a magical, transparent dome and be fed some of the best high tea in the city.

This luxurious experience is coming to the Artisan Gardens of Fish Creek Provincial Park so you already know the scenery is going to be Insta-worthy

Editor's Choice: Americans Are Googling 'Move To Canada' So Much More After The US Presidential Debate

Each individual dome will be perfectly modelled to incorporate themed elements including cards, massive signs and decorations, and baked goods with references from the movie. 

Tickets for the event are $110 a person and while it may seem expensive, you're getting a totally unique experience that you get to design for yourself. 

The event page reads that there are three different Alice in Wonderland themed menus to pick from that include things like tarts, salmon, and even plant-based options. 

Altogether, the event will run for 21 different days with each day containing three different available time slots. 

All you need to do is purchase your tickets online and someone will contact you within one business day to confirm your order. 

"Alice in Wonderland" High Tea

Price: $100

When: Various dates beginning Thursday, October 1

Address: Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant, 15979 Bow Bottom Tr. S.E., Calgary, AB

Why You Need To Go: This is way better than just rewatching the movie. 

Stay Informed
Get Calgary's latest and greatest stories every day straight to your inbox.

Wonderland's Halloween Haunt Tickets Are On Sale & It's Going To Be Scary AF

There will be three new spine-chilling scare zones this year. 🎃 👻

If Halloween is your favourite time of the year and you aren't scared of what bumps in the night, brace yourself for Wonderland's Halloween Haunt this fall.

As of August 31, you can start making resos for select nights from September 24 to All Hallow's Eve, October 31. Wonderland announced today that they're adding three brand new scare zones this year: the Kingdom of Carnage, Streets of the Undead, and The Farmstead, giving you a total of 10 pants-crappingly spooky mazes.

Keep Reading Show less

Someone at Ontario's beloved amusement park, Canada's Wonderland, actually has jokes and they're secretly pranking visitors on the daily. How you may ask? Well, it's hidden in plain sight, but we are going to guide you through it.

Before making a trip to Wonderland, you're probably going to want to look through the website to buy tickets or see if there are any big updates you should know about before hitting up the park.

Keep Reading Show less

Are you currently planning your next trip to Canada's Wonderland? If that's the case, the beloved amusement park just put out a huge announcement of what to expect when booking your next visit.

"You will no longer need to select an entry time when booking a visit to the park," Wonderland said in their July 28 park update posted to Twitter and Facebook.

Keep Reading Show less

Canada's Wonderland's Reopening Is Off To A Bumpy Start & There Are Videos To Prove It

Broken rides, dangling riders, long lines, lost loves and more!

It comes as no surprise that hordes of die-hard Canada's Wonderland fans and thrill-seekers have hit up the beloved amusement park this year. While everyone is undoubtedly ecstatic that Wonderland is open again, this year's reopening has been a rollercoaster ride of emotions.

Since the amusement park reopened in early July, Wonderland stans have taken to social media to share their highs and lows to paint the experience for other prospective visitors.

Keep Reading Show less