10 Things You Should Know About The Toronto Zoo’s Terra Lumina

Looking for a dreamy holiday experience? Check out an oft-forgotten about tourist destination this season – the Toronto Zoo – which has stepped up its holiday game by bringing its landscape alive.

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The well-lit path is just 1.5 kilometers, so kids and seniors can also make the trek along the holiday-blitzed trail. It takes less than an hour to complete.

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It opens December 13 and will run until April 13, 2020.

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The multimedia experience includes video projections, colourful lights and music to tell a unique story that takes you “to the future and back”, according to the website.

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The journey begins with a portal transporting walkers to the year 2099 when animals and humans have learned to live in harmony.

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Toronto Zoo sites you get to visit along the way include the luminous forest, the wolves’ welcome, polar power, and the circle of life.

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The spectacle was created and installed by Moment Factory, the creators of other famous Canadian nighttime walks including Nova Lumina, Tonga Lumina, Foresta Lumina, and Lumina Borealis.

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Moment Factory created something similar at the Singapore Zoo

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Treat yourself to an original music score which was composed for this specific “experience”.

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Admission is $29.99 for adults, $24.99 for children, and $27.99 for seniors.

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The theme of this year’s light show is “Conservation”.

No zoo animals were harmed during the creation of this light show!

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