Carthage, Missouri: Alice in Wonderland Statue

Bronze Alice steps out of the pages of her book, her eyes on the key embedded in a paving stone in front of the statue.
350 W. 7th St., Carthage, MO
The statue is on the north side of W. 7th St., a half-block east of Route 66/S. Garrison Ave.
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Alice in Wonderland statue.

Alice in Wonderland Statue

Great statue of Alice next to a Carnegie Library -- which is still used as a library -- and across the street from a park that has a statue of Marlin Perkins, who hosted the 1960s TV series "Wild Kingdom." Park on the street in front of the library.

[Gan Nunnally, 06/16/2020]

Marlin - a hometown hero - and Alice were both sculpted by the late Bill Snow, a shoe repairman who became a Carthage artist.

Nearby Offbeat Places

Marlin Perkins StatueMarlin Perkins Statue, Carthage, MO - < 1 mi.
Tire Changing WomanTire Changing Woman, Carthage, MO - < 1 mi.
CrapdusterCrapduster, Carthage, MO - 2 mi.
In the region:
Tiny Church, Golden City, MO - 20 mi.

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