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Visiting Delight Art Exhibition London

In my quest for getting my fix of pretty lights - I managed to get some discounted tickets for Delight Art Exhibition in London just after Christmas. This exhibition of multi-media artwork is produced by Korean artist Gyoungtae Hong. The colourful display is set in the newly restored Borough Arches and it features 12 immersive zones, incorporating various mediums, including video mapping, lighting and augmented reality as well as sound.

Delight is within walking distance from London Bridge station; exit the station onto Tooley Street (it's around a 10 minute slow stroll) you'll find it on Clink Street - near the Golden Hinde ship and close to Borough Market.

I have been to a few Fever pop-ups before and this one is now open until April 2024. Like most of these immersive shows, the tickets seem a little pricey but worth it if you love to be aesthetically pleased. You can expect to see floor-to-ceiling projections and 360-degree installations, neon and lanterns spread across two floors. I loved the colour-changing lantern installation the most, I had seen this on Instagram and it was what initially drew me to book tickets. You do feel like you could be in South Korea with all of the neon on display and the music playing in the different areas. When you arrive you can also download a augmented reality app - they recommend logging in to their WiFi whilst there.

We took two teens and my 12 year old son with us. They all enjoyed the experience and it was nice to get out after the Christmas rush.

Below are some of my favourite zones:


Delight Exhibition London

Delight Exhibition London

Shinro (God's Road)

Delight Exhibition London

Poetry Vanishes

Delight Exhibition London

Mind: Myth

Delight Exhibition London

Collage: Gwanghwa

Delight Exhibition London


Delight Exhibition London


Soseuldaemun, The Gate

Urban Pulse

The Moon

Neon Nostalgia


Borough Yards, Clink St , London SE1 DG


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