Los Angeles and the rest of Southern California has been drenched for the past few weeks, causing the stellar night walk Astra Lumina to close for a few days. But with sunny skies ahead, Astra Lumina is open and the one-of-a-kind experience is ready for Angelenos to walk through its botanic garden of falling stars.
Astra Lumina is a unique night walk from world-renowned multimedia studio Moment Factory. The premise of the experience is that, as kids, we were always told to reach for the stars. But Astra Lumina invites you to question: what if the stars could reach for us?
Transforming South Coast Botanic Garden into a haven of heavenly light, you’ll walk through the cosmos and past falling stars as a transformative story unfolds before you. We won’t give anything away, but rest assured that the enchanting finale of this experience is one you won’t soon forget!
Astra Lumina opened back in December, and so far the reviews have been incredible. NBC Los Angeles said that it “[honored] the 87-acre expanse’s natural charms while adding a bit of razzmatazz, incandescence, and bulb-based beauty.”
With the most rainfall in Los Angeles since the 1970s, it’s no wonder Astra Lumina closed for a few days. But now that South Coast Botanic Garden’s grounds have dried, the abundant nature is more lush than ever, and the stars are out, Astra Lumina is open and its astronomical adventure is ready to be explored. So snag your tickets and get ready for an experience that will make you feel like a kid again.
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