Liverpool Travel

River of Light

River of Light event started on the 22nd October and it will be until 7th November, so don’t miss it if you are in Liverpool in the next couple of days. If you can’t, I hope you’ll enjoy the virtual trail.

River of Light - Sonic Runway

Sonic Runway by Rob Jensen & Warren Trezevant

River of Light - Wave


Wave by Squidsoup

Art exhibition

The pool

The Pool – Chavasse Park, Liverpool ONE. It was a great fun and interactive exhibit. The colour changed when walking on them, so it was very popular, as one can imagine.



Limelight Saturday Night

Limelight: Saturday Night by Sans Facon

Liverpool Love of My Life

Liverpool, Love of my life – Liverpool, Town Hall, inspired by Diwali.

Trumpet Flowers

Trumpet Flowers by Amigo and Amigo. This was so entertaining, people had to press buttons underneath the flowers to create the music.


Spriteworks – Canal Basin, Pier Head

Light Piano

Light Piano 2.0 XL by Kleurbleur


Singularity by Squidsoup


Dance together

Dance Together – Canning Dock Quayside, Museum of Liverpool. Not one of my favourite displays, the words were not exactly family-friendly and some just weird.


Iconic Site

Iconic Site by Sans Facon

9 Comment

  1. Lighting installations are something I find fascinating. I loved those blue disks you were standing on and many of the others. I can see why this would be a must-see if you were in Liverpool at the time!

  2. Thanks for taking us along on this experience! It’s always fun when exhibits like this have interactive displays. I would love to have tried “The Pool”.

    1. The Pool was fun and popular with everybody, not just with kids. 😀 The same with the flowers, from 6 to 80, everyone was hitting the buttons to make them sing.

  3. What an amazing festival, something the whole family can enjoy and as we have had quite a lot of cold but dry weather, ideal conditions for a night time stroll.

    I love all the individual exhibits, but if I had to choose a favourite, it would probably be ‘Trumpet Flowers’, followed by ‘Light Piano’

    Thanks for sharing and have a peaceful weekend 🙂

    1. We had some dry evenings too, so perfect for the festival. The lady playing the piano was very good and the connection between sound and light made it very interesting.
      Thank you 🙂

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