Lumina Borealis extended through March Break
Kingston, Ontario – Parks of the St. Lawrence has announced a second extension of its innovative new event Lumina Borealis through March Break including: March 3, 4 and March 10 through 18. Advance ticket purchase is highly recommended as inventory is limited.
Be among the first to access Kingston Penitentiary Tours.
Anyone purchasing a ticket for the extended February and March dates will also gain early access to purchase tickets to Kingston Penitentiary Tours. An access code and instructions to gain early access to the Kingston Penitentiary Tour ticket inventory will be sent in March.
Lumina Borealis is the perfect event for families to experience during the March Break. It is a night-time winter experience set in Fort Henry inspired by winter childhood dreams and memories. It will draw people into a participative, colourful and enchanting experience that is interactive and sure to make you rediscover the magic of winter
Dates & Times:
Tour start times are later due to lengthening daylight and Daylight Saving Time change on March 12:
March 3, 4 – first tour 6:30 p.m.; last tour 9:00 p.m.
March 10, 11 – first tour 6:45 p.m.; last tour 9:00 p.m.
March 12 to 18 – first tour 7:45 p.m.; last tour 9:00 p.m.
Buy online at www.luminaborealis.com. Adult (13 yrs+) $12; Youth (6-12 yrs) $10; Children (5 yrs & under) FREE (all prices are plus HST).
Park downtown Kingston and take the free shuttle. Pickup and drop off points:
Lumina Borealis Shuttle Bus Stop #1 – Kingston Visitor Information Centre
- 209 Ontario St. (Across from City Hall), Kingston, Ontario
- Departs every 15 minutes.
- Takes approximately 15 minutes to get to Lumina Borealis from bus departure time.
- Departs every 10 minutes
- Takes approximately 5 minutes to get to Lumina Borealis from bus departure time.
Check www.luminaborealis.com, Facebook or Twitter for up-to-date shuttle times. Visitors should plan to arrive at Fort Henry at least 15 minutes before the tour time indicated on your ticket.