Lumina Borealis


So just what is Lumina Borealis?

Open now through Feb. 4 in Kingston, Ontario

A true winter wonderland awaits in the halls of historic Fort Henry in Kingston. Lumina Borealis is a night-time attraction for the entire family to experience the spectacular sights and sounds of winter.
This outdoor labyrinth of lights and music is already gaining rave reviews from early visitors. Guests can pre-book their tour of the historic fort for just $12 for adults and $10 for children. The average trip through Lumina Borealis takes 45-60 minutes.
Watch the accompanying video by travel blogger Marc Smith of 30 Day Adventures, who visited last week, then find out more at the Lumina Borealis site link below.

Want to walk in the woods at night but unsure of going solo?

Guided Moonlight Hike, Friday Dec. 16
The Minna Anthony Common Nature Center at Wellesley Island State Park (New York side) will host a group moonlight hike among the park’s trails, complete with snowshoes if this snow sticks around. If you plan on participating – and you should consider it because our December has been relatively mild – give the Nature Center a call at 315-482-2479.
Say you hiked the 1000 Islands in winter. At night. With hot chocolate to boot.
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