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World’s largest indoor illuminations

The world’s largest indoor illuminations attraction has opened at Blackpool Winter Gardens in the UK. Illuminated replicas of Tower Bridge, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and many other landmarks, landscapes, and curiosities stand alongside each other at Luminasia. The venue at the popular seaside resort includes six interactive illuminated worlds including Land of the Giants, Wonders of the World, and a planetarium.

World’s largest indoor illuminations
An illuminated Tower Bridge and leaning Tower of Pisa at Illuminasia, the world's biggest indoor illuminations, at Blackpool Winter Gardens on April 17, 2014 in Blackpool, England. Blackpool's latest attraction Luminasia is the first new attraction to open in the seaside resort for 20 years. Over 35,000 LED lights have been used to create six interactive illuminated worlds including Land of the Giants, a planetarium and the Wonders of the World. The illuminations have been made by Chinese artisans brought in to bring their expertise and craftsmanship to the display. Each illuminated spectacle is covered in pure silk and follows in the style of Chinese lanterns. (Getty Images)
World’s largest indoor illuminations
Thousands of LED lights light up the leaning Tower of Pisa at Illuminasia, the world's biggest indoor illuminations, at Blackpool Winter Gardens on April 17, 2014 in Blackpool, England. Blackpool's latest attraction Luminasia is the first new attraction to open in the seaside resort for 20 years. Over 35,000 LED lights have been used to create six interactive illuminated worlds including Land of the Giants, a planetarium and the Wonders of the World. The illuminations have been made by Chinese artisans brought in to bring their expertise and craftsmanship to the display. Each illuminated spectacle is covered in pure silk and follows in the style of Chinese lanterns. (Getty Images)
World’s largest indoor illuminations
Thousands of LED lights light up life size terracotta warriors at Illuminasia, the world's biggest indoor illuminations, at Blackpool Winter Gardens on April 17, 2014 in Blackpool, England. Blackpool's latest attraction Luminasia is the first new attraction to open in the seaside resort for 20 years. Over 35,000 LED lights have been used to create six interactive illuminated worlds including Land of the Giants, a planetarium and the Wonders of the World. The illuminations have been made by Chinese artisans brought in to bring their expertise and craftsmanship to the display. Each illuminated spectacle is covered in pure silk and follows in the style of Chinese lanterns. (Getty Images)
World’s largest indoor illuminations
A visitor views some of thousands of LED lights lighting up Illuminasia, the world's biggest indoor illuminations, at Blackpool Winter Gardens on April 17, 2014 in Blackpool, England. Blackpool's latest attraction Luminasia is the first new attraction to open in the seaside resort for 20 years. Over 35,000 LED lights have been used to create six interactive illuminated worlds including Land of the Giants, a planetarium and the Wonders of the World. The illuminations have been made by Chinese artisans brought in to bring their expertise and craftsmanship to the display. Each illuminated spectacle is covered in pure silk and follows in the style of Chinese lanterns. (Getty Images)
World’s largest indoor illuminations
Thousands of LED lights light up part of Illuminasia, the world's biggest indoor illuminations, at Blackpool Winter Gardens on April 17, 2014 in Blackpool, England. Blackpool's latest attraction Luminasia is the first new attraction to open in the seaside resort for 20 years. Over 35,000 LED lights have been used to create six interactive illuminated worlds including Land of the Giants, a planetarium and the Wonders of the World. The illuminations have been made by Chinese artisans brought in to bring their expertise and craftsmanship to the display. Each illuminated spectacle is covered in pure silk and follows in the style of Chinese lanterns. (Getty Images)
World’s largest indoor illuminations
A visitor enters through a tunnel of light at Illuminasia, the world's biggest indoor illuminations, at Blackpool Winter Gardens on April 17, 2014 in Blackpool, England. Blackpool's latest attraction Luminasia is the first new attraction to open in the seaside resort for 20 years. Over 35,000 LED lights have been used to create six interactive illuminated worlds including Land of the Giants, a planetarium and the Wonders of the World. The illuminations have been made by Chinese artisans brought in to bring their expertise and craftsmanship to the display. Each illuminated spectacle is covered in pure silk and follows in the style of Chinese lanterns. (Getty Images)
World’s largest indoor illuminations
A Chinese artist put the finishing touches to Illuminasia, the world's biggest indoor illuminations, at Blackpool Winter Gardens on April 17, 2014 in Blackpool, England. Blackpool's latest attraction Luminasia is the first new attraction to open in the seaside resort for 20 years. Over 35,000 LED lights have been used to create six interactive illuminated worlds including Land of the Giants, a planetarium and the Wonders of the World. The illuminations have been made by Chinese artisans brought in to bring their expertise and craftsmanship to the display. Each illuminated spectacle is covered in pure silk and follows in the style of Chinese lanterns. (Getty Images)
World’s largest indoor illuminations
A Chinese artist put the finishing touches to Illuminasia, the world's biggest indoor illuminations, at Blackpool Winter Gardens on April 17, 2014 in Blackpool, England. Blackpool's latest attraction Luminasia is the first new attraction to open in the seaside resort for 20 years. Over 35,000 LED lights have been used to create six interactive illuminated worlds including Land of the Giants, a planetarium and the Wonders of the World. The illuminations have been made by Chinese artisans brought in to bring their expertise and craftsmanship to the display. Each illuminated spectacle is covered in pure silk and follows in the style of Chinese lanterns. (Getty Images)