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Carrieres de Lumieres

Chemin de Maillane a St Martin, 13520 Les Baux de Provence, France
0640165852
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In the heart of Alpilles, the monumental “Carrières de Lumières” host extraordinary multimedia shows which are unique in the world. Spectators are totally immersed in the images projected onto all the surfaces of the rock. The ground is completely covered, too, and becomes a vast carpet of images.The site has reopened its doors with the show “Gauguin - Van Gogh, painters of colour”, created by Gianfranco Iannuzzi with Renato Gatto and Massimiliano Siccardi.
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  • Average2%
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“old quarry” (46 reviews)
“light show” (52 reviews)
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Chemin de Maillane a St Martin, 13520 Les Baux de Provence, France
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Unique experience for the whole family. Music with art works projected throughout an expansive limestone quarry/cave. Multi-sensual, an outstanding display visual, auditory and kinetic. As one walks thru the vast chamber the world comes to life, many layers and levels on the walls and floor....More

1  Thank Dottie R
Reviewed 3 days ago

I'm sure you will already have read this many times but this is the most amazing example of static art brought to life by French cinematographic genius you will ever experience. Brueghel, Bosch and Arcimboldo moving across great expanses of stone canvases in a limestone...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I went here on a recent river cruise and this trip was part of an optional excursion. I absolutely loved it as did my husband. It really was quite an experience and I could have walked around longer than I did. Take a jacket or...More

1  Thank HazelH72
Reviewed 5 days ago

Just go. Art is projected on quarry walls and set to music. I was told the entire program is about 45 minutes. It is open entry so one can go in at any time and stay for as long as you decide. I watched the...More

1  Thank NevadaSoulTrain
Reviewed 1 week ago

The lumieres is a light & sound experience set in a quarry.Showing the works of Bosch ,Brueghel & Arcimboldo. The projections are about 20 m. high & constantly moving & changing.The music is synchronized to the images. I recommend watching it at least twice from...More

Thank David Saunders s
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Wowowowow is all i can say, it is breathtaking, i though we are going to a cave with some projection on the walls that will be nice and basta ,it is wayyyy beyond that.just take your time sit and enjoy.the whole concept is amazing and...More

Thank Taffoolie
Reviewed 1 week ago

Carrieres de Lumieres' current display of the works of Bosch, Bruegel and Arcimboldo is a wonder of sound, light, and art! In caves with 60' high walls on which are projected changing works of art, each set to music by Vivaldi's "Seasons" , Carmina Burana,...More

1  Thank Sue C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Up market son et lumiere experience, in the heart of a huge limestone quarry, with massive images of Bosch and Breughel projected onto the high walls, accompanied by the music of Vivaldi and excerpts from Carmina Burana. Only quibble, is that it could do with...More

Thank Nicola R
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the most amazing piece of work. An abandoned quarry has been re-purposed to provide an incredible experience. In the dark, and to music, great art is projected on all the walls to surround you and immerse you in the experience. It'll blow your...More

Thank Leathem04
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was pretty amazing! A great way to experience art in a different environment and medium. I'd definitely recommend this and would go out of my way to go here. Parking is easy and tickets are fairly cheap. 2 pieces of advice: 1) bring a...More

1  Thank Dfcool
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henry w
Hi. If I buy tickets online are they valid for any day, at any time? We were hoping to visit in late June. Merci!
15 May 2017|
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Response from Culturespaces | Property representative |
Good morning, If you buy tickets online, they will be available until January 7th, 2018. Best regards,
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Judi W
What is disabled access like for wheelchair users please?
22 April 2017|
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Response from Chimodog | Reviewed this property |
You won't have too many problems as long as the tires on the wheelchair work on a bit of a sandy floor in the exhibit.
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ChrisLowestoft42
Are there separate tickets for the Castle and the Carrieres, or is it just one ticket for both? How long is the show? Do you have to move on at the speed of the crowd or can you pause to look at things again? Many thanks, folks
14 April 2017|
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Response from Bernard K | Reviewed this property |
You can buy separate tickets for the chateau or the show. The show plays all day and you can stay as long as you like. Don't worry about crowds inside, the place is huge and can accommodate an army. The problem here is... More
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