The shopping centre laid on some half-term for children on Wednesday (June 1), to tie in with the new film starring Johnny Depp.
The Mad Hatter entertained little ones with tricks, balloons and jokes, and stilt-walking Alices embraced author Lewis Carroll's fondness for fantastical nonsense.
There was also a pop-up craft house, where children could create Mad Hatter's hats, Red Queen's crowns, looking glasses or dormouse or hare masks.
Youngsters were also invited to take a magical adventure, a la Alice, and trace down giant playing cards hidden throughout the shopping centre in order to win a treat.
You can check out our list of what to do in west London this weekend , including a free concert and an appearance by Peppa Pig.