Are you hoping to meet Alice on your next visit to Epcot? If so, then a very merry unbirthday to you!
Alice meets daily outside her cottage at the United Kingdom Pavilion in Epcot. But, unfortunately, it’s not her real cottage. Instead, it’s just the end of the row of shops in the pavilion.
However, the area makes for the cutest photo opportunity with Alice of Alice in Wonderland. Don’t you agree?
Alice meets several times throughout the day. Her schedule runs something along the lines of the following times:
- 9:00 a.m.
- 10:00 a.m.
- 11:00 a.m.
- 12:00 p.m.
- 1:50 p.m.
- 2:50 p.m.
Of course, these times are listed as an example. If you’ve read any of our other character articles, you know to check the My Disney Experience app for exact times on the day of your visit.
Times vary for characters depending on the weather and other factors.
The most important thing you’ll want to know for meeting Alice at Epcot is to get in line ahead of the scheduled time. Alice is one of the most popular characters, and it is common for her queue to get cut off early.
For example, on this visit, I left the Mary Poppins character meet and went straight to get in line for Alice. I joined the queue at 2:45 p.m.
Related: Meet Mary Poppins at Epcot
When I got in line, it was five minutes before the character meet began. There were this many guests already waiting.
After Alice came out, it wasn’t long before a cast member went to stand at the back of the line. When a cast member is at the back of the line, they are usually there to prevent other guests from joining.
You may remember this is what happened when we met Mulan last week. We got in her line right when the meet started and were the last people to join.
Related: Meet Mulan at Epcot
Alice came out promptly at 2:50 p.m., and it was 3:05 p.m. when I met her. So I invested a total of 20 minutes for this character meet.
Alice does sign autographs. So if you have an autograph book, make sure to have it ready.
Alice loves to talk about the Flowers of Wonderland, Dinah, Cheshire Cat, and the Mad Hatter, among other things. She is also very curious.
Unfortunately, a PhotoPass photographer wasn’t present at this meet. However, the cast member attending the meet said they usually had one available.
That cast member was takings family photos for guests with their personal devices.
Overall, Alice is a classic meet who holds long lines. Make sure you get there early!
For more character meets at Epcot, you might enjoy the following:
Or you might enjoy our guide to the best character dining at Walt Disney World.
Do you plan to meet Alice on your next visit to Epcot? What will you talk about?