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Field of Light walk-through art display opens near Paso Robles

The newest tourist attraction at the intersection of art and Instagram is Field of Light, a walk-through outdoor installation near Paso Robles.
The display, which opened to the public on Sunday, allows visitors to stroll among fiber-optic lights on 15 acres. Created by Bruce Munro, it is the first exhibit at the “experiential event space” Sensorio.
Sensorio opens amid a wave of interest in immersive attractions ranging from the Museum of Ice Cream to the Santa Fe-based phenomenon Meow Wolf, which describes its exhibits as “art installations with multimedia elements and a mysterious narrative.”
Field of Light is expected to remain open until January. Hours during May are 7-11 p.m.; they’ll shift throughout the year to reflect twilight times. Sensorio is off Highway 46 four miles east of Highway 101 — a drive of about 160 miles from San Jose.
Tickets for adults are $27 (Wednesday or Thursday) or $30 (Friday, Saturday or Sunday); those for children 2-12 are $9 on Wednesday, $18 on Thursday and $19 Friday-Sunday. The price does not include tax and online ticket fee.

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