The future looks bright! A magical experience is returning to Toronto, and it will take you on a luminous journey to the year 2099. The Toronto Zoo's Terra Lumina has just announced that it will be reopening this month, and you can wander through incredible glowing installations that light up the night sky.
The Toronto Zoo is about to be completely transformed into a magical glowing wonderland.
Tickets are already on sale for the returning attraction, so prepare to go back to the future.
Terra Lumina has announced that it will be bringing its immersive sound and light experience back to the Zoo on August 14, 2020.
Created by the Moment Factory, the event whisks visitors away to the year 2099, where humans and nature have learned to live in peace together.
You can wander along a 1.5-kilometre outdoor pathway through impressive video projections, glowing landscapes, and dreamy music.
The event first opened in December 2019 and was originally planned to run until April 13, 2020. However, it closed a month earlier on March 13 due to COVID-19.
"We are happy to have inspired over 40,000 guests, transporting them to 2099 and giving them a glimpse into a bright future," the attraction said in an Instagram post announcing its closing.
"We are excited to welcome you back later in 2020."
It looks like later has finally come, and tickets are on sale now for the reopening. Admission is $29.99 per adult.
Several safety measures have been put in place for the event's return.
Facial coverings are mandatory in indoor spaces like washrooms and restaurants.
Groups must keep six feet away from others when wandering through the installation.
The Toronto Zoo told Narcity that the event will be running until the Spring of 2021.*
It's time to go back to the future with the reopening of this enchanted night walk.
Price: $29.99 per adult
When: Opening August 14, 2020
Address: 2000 Meadowvale Rd., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Take an enchanting trip to the future at this illuminated night walk reopening this month.