Down the rabbit hole: ‘Alice in Wonderland’-inspired pop-up opens in Williamsburg

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It's an Instagram-lover's dream - An 'Alice in Wonderland' pop up exhibit is now open in Williamsburg.

The pop-up Wonderworld exhibit is for those who want to feel as though they have fallen down the rabbit hole.

"One of the first lines that Alice says in the movie is ‘if I had a world of my own nothing would make sense,’ which is kind of what we are about. We take you on a journey and everything is just so random and trippy for lack of a better word," says Mandy Lopata, operations manager.

The 'Alice in Wonderland' inspired pop-up is a bit different than the past two in Manhattan and Los Angeles.

"This time around, the artists created their interpretations of the new chapters and in our space the guests can interact with the artwork and really immerse themselves,” says Lopata.

What many people say they love most about this pop-up is how interactive it is.

"When you go to a regular art museum you just can't touch anything, you're just looking. Here you get to jump right into all the props and everything,” says Lopata.

Giving those who come out from all over a little taste of Alice's world and the chance to take the perfect “unbirthday” Instagram.

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