As the creators of the Garden of Light, we want to bring people closer together and use light to tell them wonderful stories, while evoking unforgettable emotions.
After the great success of the first edition of the Garden of Lights – Alice in Wonderland in Krakow, which for 4 months delighted nearly 300,000 visitors. Last year, we created fairy-tale exhibitions in as many as three cities. In addition to Krakow, in the season 2021/22 we opened two completely new light exhibitions in Warsaw and Chorzów. The turnout reached nearly half a million visitors. This year, Gdynia will also join the happy cities where our light heroes will visit.
Our idea for Gardens of Light to feature themes from well-known and loved fairy tales was born out of our fascination with light and our aspiration to build a creative space for entire families to spend time in.
In the winter, we want the Gardens of Light to be a fresh experience for all visitors, which is why a completely new theme is designed every year, with new routes and a myriad of light-based, visual and sound attractions. We are planning to open new locations in Poland and abroad in the coming years.
We use light to present wonderful and unforgettably thrilling stories to our visitors. Our goal is to make these modern, multimedia attractions available to everybody.
Alice in Wonderland – Kraków 2020/2021
Alice in Wonderland is the first such Garden of Lights in Poland. The 4-month light exhibition enchanted nearly 300,000 visitors.
Wonderland was built on an enclosed area of 10 hectares. Every visitor had a unique opportunity to embark on a journey into the metaphorical, multimedia world of Alice, following trails of light to meet the crazy and borderline unreal denizens of Wonderland.
In addition, all light figures were accompanied by multimedia shows combining sound, image and music, making for a thrilling and unforgettable performance. The event was organised in partnership with the Museum of Municipal Engineering in Kraków.