If you want to know about how Wonderland came to be, what the attractions in it were and how they changed from year to year, and especially about the lives of the park creators and performers, by all means read the book. This website contains supplemental material — mostly photographs that couldn’t be put in the book, many of them in color
Wonderland Park was an amusement park that opened in Revere, Massachusetts, just north of Boston, and not far from Revere Beach. It featured state-of-the-art attractions, rides, and performances.
It opened on Memorial Day in 1906 and closed in September of 1910, and it presented an ever-changing roster of attractions. Today the region is still called by the name “Wonderland”, and the Wonderland stop on Boston’s Blue Line is literally across the street from where Wonderland Park once stood. Today the Wonderland Marketplace Mall and its parking lot occupy most of Wonderland Park’s Grounds.
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