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Dortmund: Phoenix des Lumières Entry Ticket

1. Dortmund: Phoenix des Lumières Entry Ticket

The Phoenix des Lumières is located in a former puddling and rolling mill in the city of Dortmund. Culturespaces aims to bring the site back to life by creating a large digital art center that will present major immersive exhibitions. The unique architecture of the buildings is a showcase that highlights the works of the most famous artists in the history of art and provides visitors with a uniquely immersive experience. The Phoenix des Lumières opened to the public on 28 January 2023 with the exhibitions ‘Gustav Klimt: Gold and Colour’ and ‘Hundertwasser, in the Wake of the Vienna Secession’. Currently, you can experience the unique, modern exhibition of the famous works by Dalí and Gaudí as well as the temporary exhibition 3 Movements. With one of the entry tickets, wander through the renovated industrial space known as the Phoenix des Lumières. Let yourself be swept away by vivid colours and creative genius. Begin your immersive experience at the historical site of the Phoenix des Lumières. This former steel mill, once known as the Phoenixhalle, has been transformed to house a digital art center. Enter the 3,000m² building and marvel at the re-imagined space. Continue walking through the exhibit as you appreciate how the space has been brought back to life.

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4.9
(33 reviews)

We found it very beautiful and fascinating. There were 3 different "light shows" that were repeated over and over again. You can easily spend an hour there, but you can also stay longer and watch again. For 3 people (children aged 13 and 6) 36€ was completely fine! For the younger one it got a bit boring after about 30/40 minutes. Better suited for older children.

Wonderful light art to immerse yourself in with fantastic music. The old industrial hall is transformed into a sea of colours and sounds. You can walk around, sit down or snuggle up in a squash bag and enjoy

Phoenix de Lumiere offers another great exhibition with *Dali*! But *Gaudi* and *Movements* are also a great experience. Our respect goes to the creators of the exhibition.

Could have been longer, otherwise great job. Unfortunately, many of them just run around hectically and don't have their kids under control. Mine were quiet.

Unique, recommended to anyone who likes Dali and Gaudi.