PASO ROBLES, Calif. -- Sensorio announced the reopening of the Field of Lights on June 12 in Paso Robles.
With the reopening, Sensorio will implement and enforce new rules throughout the 15-acre outdoor site to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Sensorio's Executive Director Tracy Strann gave the following statement on their new implementations:
“With the Governor’s announcement May 12 allowing activities including outdoor museums and galleries, we were granted permission by the Public Health Director of San Luis Obispo County to re-open. We are implementing every safety precaution in order to offer a safe environment for our visitors, including timed ticket entry, a one-way path through the exhibition, limited group size (six maximum), monitored and enforced social distancing, mask coverings, and other safety measures to guard everyone’s health. During these deeply unsettling times, we know there are many looking forward to visiting this tranquil outdoor exhibition to experience Bruce Munro’s extraordinary vision.”Tracy Strann, Executive Director of Sensorio
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Field of Lights had to back in March.
The exhibit will go from June 12 to January 3, 2021.
The Field of Lights has 15-acres of rolling hills filled with over 58,000 stemmed spheres lit by fiber-optics that gently illuminates the landscape with subtle blooms of morphing color.
The exhibit was made by Bruce Munro, a renowned artist from England.
The Field of Lights is Munro’s first U.S. exhibit entirely powered by solar.
The Field of Lights is located at 4380 Highway 46 East in Paso Robles.
Tickets must be purchased in advance, no sales will be offered on-site.
For more information about opening times click here or call 805-226-4287.