Enter a world of wonder as the amazing Terceredix Luminarium takes up residence in the grounds of Kirkleatham Museum. Be transported to a place of luminescent light and saturated colour in this incredible immersive installation. Explore the dazzling maze of winding paths and soaring domes. Get lost in a magical labyrinth of saturated light tunnels. Marvel as the vivid reflections of liquid colour spill across the curved walls.
Each visitor has their own way of exploring the structure – some like to see every twist and turn; others like to find a quiet spot and let the luminarium work its magic as it soothes, calms and enchants. We encourage you to explore in your own way!
There are five luminaria touring the world at any one time and since 1992 more than 3 million visitors in over 40 countries have been welcomed into Architects of Air’s monumental structures. The Terceredix is the newest addition to these incredible structures and we are delighted to bring this to Redcar – particularly as the inventor of this and all Luminaria Alan Parkinson was born and brought up in Darlington.
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
11am – 6pm August 24 – 27, 2023.
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