Welcome to the wonderful of LumiNight: a walking safari through scenes from our magical planet revealed by immersive life-sized, and larger-than-life lantern sculptures created by Chinese artisans that includes a Forest of a Million Lights, dinosaurs, Chinese Zodiac animals, the Great Barrier Reef, the story of Noah’s Ark, and animals both extinct and endangered.
Hundreds of large-scale internally lit creatures act as guides through the festivals of lights that dazzle and kindle the imagination. The layout is accompanied by an educational, interactive app and spans 8 acres and will make you feel as if you are up close with the wildlife first-hand. The awe-inspiring night out is infused with an educational messages for all ages.
Located at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, enter through Gate 8.
Wednesday through Sunday starting Friday, November 29, 2019 until Sunday, February 2, 2020.
5pm-10pm Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday
5pm-11pm Friday, Saturday, and Holidays
*Please note: Event is not open on Mondays and Tuesdays*
Early bird tickets will go on sale October 17th through November 10th. On Monday, November 11th, regular priced tickets will be available.
- Children Under 3-Free
- Children 3-12 $18 (early bird: $12)
- Adults $26 (early bird: $18)
- Seniors/Active Military $20 (early bird: $16)
- Groups of 20 or more $18 each (early bird: n/a)
- Interactive App: $3 in advance (online), $4 at door