Northern Lights, a brand-new magical light trail arriving in Newcastle this month, has revealed what guests can expect to see and experience.
Northern Lights, which will be at Newcastle’s Leazes Park, has unveiled a full trail map, which includes world-class installations, a lakeside spectacular, and plenty more lights and lasers to experience.
There will be a total of 14 different immersive illuminations across the park, which can be found through an array of enchanting zones.
Light and laser experiences include Aurora Rising - involving floating balls synchronised to music and The Laser Garden - involving thousands of green laser beams.
There is also Luminary Lane, which transports guests through a world of beautiful projections. The projections feature imagery which have been designed by young patients at the Royal Victoria Infirmary Children’s Ward.
The light trail organisers have also announced that there will also be vintage fairground rides as well as a bustling Christmas Village, which will feature local food traders.
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Food traders include; Fat Hippo, Acropolis Greek, Truly Madly Pizza, Twisted Chicken, Redheads Mac N Cheese, Doughvine Desserts, Tribe Coffee and Urban Green Coffee.
There will also be plenty of festive treats, including mulled wine, hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows.
To ensure the event is suitable for all, it is fully accessible for buggies, prams and wheelchairs.
Northern Lights will open on Thursday, November 23 and run until the New Year. For more information and to book tickets, please visit their website.