Lumina Park Returns to Prague 6 with Dazzling Light Installations and Interactive Attractions

As autumn and winter descend upon Prague 6, the Džbán swimming pool area is set to be a vibrant and illuminated destination once again. Lumina Park, a stunning display of light installations and interactive elements, has opened its gates to the public for the second consecutive year, promising a captivating experience for visitors of all ages.

An Audiovisual Spectacle

Matyáš Jirka, the park manager, describes Lumina Park as an “audiovisual light attraction designed for young and adult audiences.” While the park made its debut a year ago, this year’s edition features an entirely new array of artistic installations. The theme for this year is “Mysterious Gardens,” a departure from the previous year’s “Alice in Wonderland” theme. The emphasis is on interactivity, allowing visitors to engage with each installation.

Four Unique Zones to Explore

Lumina Park is thoughtfully divided into four distinctive zones, each offering a different enchanting experience. The journey begins in the games zone, where visitors can traverse an initial tunnel and navigate a maze to participate in activities such as light bowling, ice hockey, connect four, and even a thrilling car race in the first garden.

The adventure continues with a showcase of various musical instruments and entire bands, providing visitors with the unique opportunity to bring the instruments and musicians to life. Among the mesmerizing installations, a giant gramophone with a revolving record stands out as one of the most captivating light sculptures.

Moving on, the path leads to depictions of famous works of art, paying tribute to renowned artists like Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, and Claude Monet. The journey concludes in a spine-tingling section, where visitors may encounter eerie ghosts, menacing monsters, or the enigmatic White Lady. The course comprises approximately 160 elements and takes about an hour to explore fully.

“The installations consist of LED strips and LEDs, making it the most energy-efficient light source to provide a full range of colors. As for the total number of lights, I’m afraid I wouldn’t be able to count, but it’s in the millions,” Jirka notes, underlining the breathtaking scale of the light displays.

The attractions in the vicinity of the Džbán swimming pool are designed to appeal to visitors of all ages, from children to adults. Moreover, the park is wheelchair-accessible, ensuring that it is an inclusive experience for individuals with disabilities or parents with strollers.

Lumina Park, with its fusion of art, technology, and interactivity, promises to be a beacon of light and creativity in the heart of Prague 6 this autumn and winter, offering a captivating escape from the darkness of the season.

Article by Prague Forum

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