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Through The Looking Glass Exhibit Opening & Tour

January 1, 1970 @ 12:00 am - November 28, 2023 @ 8:00 pm


Dress in your best or cocktail attire OR as your favorite Alice in Wonderland character and join us as we unveil our newest exhibit: Through The Looking Glass in our Secret Gardens

— Meet the sculptor James Coplestone
— Explore our 100 room mansion, immersive unique exhibits, and search for over 80 secret doors
— Complimentary Beefeaters Gin & Tea Served in Teapots with Teacups.

James Coplestone has been making art works of various kinds for nearly 30 years.

Living in the rolling hills of West Dorset, England, his sculptures — based upon his love of literature are taking shape. Classic illustrations modeled in clay and then turned into bronze.

He uses old tools and finger prints to press, move and model clay into position to capture the breath of the character… as if they have momentarily stepped out of the book into the three dimensional world.

Lewis Carroll, the adored genius behind Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, was truly a man of many talents during the vibrant Victorian Era.

Despite facing numerous challenges in his early years, including a persistent stutter he referred to as his “hesitation” and partial deafness in one ear due to a childhood fever, Carroll’s determination knew no bounds. He not only excelled as a brilliant logician, authoring nearly a dozen books on mathematics and logic, but also showcased his artistic prowess through his captivating photography. Additionally, Carroll’s dedication extended to his spiritual life, as he served as a respected Deacon in his church.
Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Proceeds support our arts & social justice programs.

Advanced online reservations required.


January 1, 1970 @ 12:00 am
November 28 @ 8:00 pm


O Museum in The Mansion
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O Museum in The Mansion
2020 O Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036 United States
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