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Lighting trail

The lighting trail of 2020 will be launched soon.

The world is different this year – and so is Lights in Alingsås.

This year, the festival will focus on light and the local community. Lights in Alingsås will be illuminating the town in the October gloom and hopefully this autumn’s event will mark a positive re-start for the local community and the residents of Alingsås.

This year, the scale of the experimental installations will be slightly smaller, and the focus is on experiencing the light in the cityscape.

Read the full press release here.

People walking by Site 2 The Eye from 2019Picture taken by Patrik Gunnar Helin, 2019

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Children´s Lights

Welcome to the Children´s Lights!

Every year we have several “Higlights” on the trail, these are extra installations and experiences along the way. One of these is the Children’s Lights by the local designer Malin Wallin.

Children´s Lights 2019 - The land of the HuvudfotingarnaPicture taken by Robert Persson, 2019

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The App

Download your own guide in your smartphone.

You can buy your own digital guide for SEK 35 through the Lights in Alingsås app. This is perfect for you who want to experience the trail on their own or in a smaller company.

In the app you will find all information about the event easily accessible and digitally. New exciting features and news will be launched later this year.

Download the Lights app on App Store or Google Play

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Guided tours

Enhance your lighting experience with a guided tour

You can buy your own digital guide for SEK 35 through the Lights in Alingsås app. This is perfect for you who want to experience the trail on their own or in a smaller company.

In the app you will find all information about the event easily accessible and digitally. New exciting features and news will be launched later this year.

Download the Lights app on App Store or Google Play

This year no ordinary guided tours are available.

People walking the lighting trailPicture taken by Lisa Larsson, 2019
Guided tours with a walking live-guide are available again 2021.

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Food, drinks & shopping

In August we know the opening hours for the cafées, shops and restaurants during Lights.

Nygréns café and their lit gardenPicture taken by Taras Ljusdesign, 2016

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ACCESSIBILITY

DOGS

Dogs are welcome along the route and it is also allowed to bring your dog durig the guided tours. Remember to always keep your dog on a leash and supervised.

A dog next by the installation from 2019 - Be the LightPicture taken by Sofia Franzén, 2019

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Transport & Parking

TRAIN

You can easely travel to Alingsås er train from Gothenburg Central. The train leaves about 2 times per hour from platform 1 or 2. To search for the best tour, visit Västtrafik’s website.

BUSS

To search for the best tour, visit Västtrafik’s website.

PARKING

There is plenty of parking in the city center. For example: Estrad Alingsås garage, Lilla Torget and Stora Torget.

We care about the environment, so please consider public transport one more time before you take your car.

ADRESS

ADRESS

Starting point of the lighting trail:
Åmanska Parken
Stationsgatan
441 30 Alingsås

Organizer:
Alingsås Energi
Södra Strömgatan 6
441 81 Alingsås

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TOILETS

Find all the public bathrooms during the festival on the map.