Games Of Castles in Kalnų parkas

About LUMINA Park

LUMINA is a park featuring the art of light.

The first parks were opened in four cities in Poland: Wrocław, Poznań, Lublin and Bydgoszcz. This year, LUMINA brings the spectacle of light to four more European cities: Vilnius, Budapest, Sofia and Prague.

LUMINA Park Lithuania is located in the unique part of the capital city: Vilnius Kalnų Park.

LUMINA Park will feature a unique art installation created by architect Mantas Maziliauskas.

LUMINA Park will put you and your family in a great mood and leave you with the most beautiful memories. We invite you to embark on a journey steeped in legends and myths, where you will experience and discover the magic of lights and sounds.

Step back in time to Vilnius, where clashing swords, the gleam of meticulously crafted armor, and the awe-inspiring tapestry of legends await.

It's an enchanting era from over 600 years ago when Lithuania was ruled by the invincible Gediminas and his heirs, when Vilnius rose to the status of the capital, and ear-shattering battles raged for the coveted throne.

Snack and drink stops available throughout 1.5 km of path.

Our Park complies with energy standards. We are #eco. #LedsAreEco.

A magical place in the centre of Vilnius


Our collaboration with the artists started in the season of 21/22, with an exhibition of Marta Mulawa’s art installation Spirits of the Forest in Poznań. We take pride in such partnerships and strive to promote even more artists in the upcoming seasons. Our wish is to bring the joy of art to everyone, and visiting the LUMINA Park is a great way to discover the works of talented European artists.

In 2023/24 season LUMINA Park in Vilnius featured the works of Lithuanian artist.





Tuesday - Thursday



Friday - Sunday




Tuesday - Thursday



Friday - Sunday




Tuesday - Thursday



Friday - Sunday

Tickets purchased online are only valid on the day for which they are purchased.

Children under 2 years of age are admitted free.

Discounts are available for children under 18, students (with valid ISIC or LSP student card), pensioners, disabled persons and their accompanying persons (proof of identity required).

Family ticket is valid for 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children (children under 18). Larger families can buy a family ticket with a family card.

Public holidays: weekend prices apply on public holidays (1st-2nd November). During this period, the park will also be open on Mondays: 25th December and 1st January.

The park will be closed on Mondays except 25th December and 1st January.

The park will be closed on 24th December.

Attention! This park is cashless.



Kalnų Park, T. Kosciuskos str. 1B

Opening hours

From 29.10 to 12.11 – from 17.00
From 14.11 to 03.12 – from 16.30
From 05.12 to 31.12 – from 16.00
From 01.01 to 14.01 – from 16.30
From 16.01 to 04.02 – from 17.00
From 06.02 to 18.02 – from 17.30
Last visitors are admitted at 21:00 and the park is open until 22:00.
Attention! This park is cashless.

How to get there?

You are welcome to come by public transport. The nearest public transport stop is "Kalnų parkas".

Parking area

Sorry for the inconvenience, but there is no parking on the park. You are welcome to come on foot or by public transport, as the number of public parking spaces is very limited and distant from LUMINA Park.


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