Wed 10th Apr - Sun 14th Apr

Enter a dazzling maze of winding paths and soaring domes.

From the Guggenheim in Spain to the Sydney Opera House in Australia, the monumental and interactive walk-in sculptures of Architects of Air and designer Alan Parkinson have astounded audience across the globe.

A monument to the beauty of light and colour, Qodlumin is a feast for the sense. You will be transported to another world of cavernous domes, tunnels and pods, covering half the size of a football pitch and creating a sense of wonder and enchantment for all ages.

Visitors are invited to wander, to lie down, to sit down and enjoy the ambience and the space. Many people find it a transformative experience, with visitors describing it as like walking through a stained glass window or being in a live painting or even like being inside a spaceship.

Start Time: Various
Running Time: 20 mins
Tickets: £5 Full // £4 Child (Babes in arms are free and do not require a ticket to enter the Luminarium)
Location: Isaac Newton Building Grass Area, University of Lincoln

Tickets can be bought on the day (expect queues at busy times). We recommend that you pre-book a timed entry in advance – a limited number of tickets are available.

The Luminarium opens at 12pm, with the first pre-booked session at 12.30pm. Time in the Luminarium is limited to around 20 minutes at busy times, but longer if no queue.

Suitable for all but please note that under 18s should be accompanied by an adult (maximum of 4 children per adult).

Qodlumin is accessible to wheelchair users and anyone with mobility issues.

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