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posted by: Best Western Plus Black Oak on: September 23, 2019

Photo Credit:
Thor Alvis


Have you ever been hit with something that moves so fast you can’t see it? Has it ever impacted you, but you’ve never really felt it or even felt pain from it? Sure you have! It’s light. Light is pure energy, yet we can’t see it. We can feel it sometimes, but that often comes more in the form of heat. We can see its source, but we can never really see it travel through space.  It is so fascinating. And in order to even read this passage, your eyes need light in order to access this information. Surely you could read for as long as you want, but why not experience the magnificence of light in a special event feature?


Sensorio Paso Robles

World-famous artist Bruce Munro is premiering his largest installation to date. At Paso Robles his masterpiece, Field of Light, occupies several acres through the use of multiple (actually, nearly 60 000) spheres stemmed from the ground that light up during the night. The exhibit itself is powered by solar, leaving a remarkably lower dent into the energy needed to produce this exhibit. Come watch and see how the bulbs follow the contours of the landscape they sit on.  


Tickets and the Black Oak Discount

Tickets vary based on tier. 


$95 - VIP Admission includes private access to the terrace and a VIP picnic dinner 

$27 - $30 - Adult Admission includes general entry and access to the terrace

$9 - $19 - Child Admission includes general entry and access to the terrace


Use these codes to get discounts: 


VIP Discount Code - BWBOVIP

General Discount Code - BWBOGA



And while you are visiting from out of town, be sure to book your stay with us at Best Western Plus Black Oak to get the best rooms in town.  Our central location helps keep everything close and accessible for you so you can get the most out of Paso Robles that you are hoping for!

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