The pop-up rainbow display ‘Sky Castle’ in Darling Harbor is every Instagram lover’s dream.

A whimsical ‘castle in the sky’ appears in a large Australian city – complete with a maze of illuminated rainbow arches that you can wander through into the night

  • A luminous rainbow-pop-up art exhibit has taken over Sydney’s Tumbalong Park
  • ‘Sky Castle’ is a cluster of colorful arches that light up as guests walk through
  • It is a traveling exhibition that has been around Australia and to Hong Kong
  • ‘Sky Castle’ is free to visit from 10am to 10pm every day until 26 December










A new whimsical rainbow screen has emerged in Sydney with a maze of breathtaking illuminated arches that guests can wander through until 6pm. 22.00 at night.

‘Sky Castle’ has taken over Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbor and is an interactive cluster of luminous inflatable arches that look just as amazing during the day as they do at night.

The immersive display uses motion sensors to illuminate the arches and play melodic xylophone music as visitors pass through.

The pop-up rainbow display ‘Sky Castle’ in Darling Harbor is every Instagram lover’s dream.

‘Sky Castle’ is a whimsical rainbow screen that has taken over Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbor

The installation is an interactive cluster of luminous inflatable arches

'Sky Castle' uses motion sensors to illuminate the arches and play melodic xylophone music as visitors walk through

The installation is an interactive cluster of luminous inflatable arches that use motion sensors to illuminate the arches and play melodic xylophone music as visitors walk through

Instagram has been flooded with amazing photos of the screen since it was raised on November 12th.

It was created by the award-winning art and technology company, Eness, which is known for their whimsical public art exhibitions.

“Lights, colors and music have been orchestrated to evoke the joy and hope that rainbows bring after every storm,” it says on their website.

Instagram has been flooded with amazing photos of the screen since it was raised on November 12th

Instagram has been flooded with amazing photos of the screen since it was raised on November 12th

'Sky Castle' was created by the award-winning art and technology company, Eness, known for their whimsical public art exhibitions

It landed in Sydney after debuting at Melbourne's Federation Square last year

‘Sky Castle’ was created by award-winning art and technology firm Eness and landed in Sydney following its debut at Melbourne’s Federation Square last year

‘Sky Castle’ landed in Sydney after debuting at Melbourne’s Federation Square last year.

'Sky Castle' is free to visit from 10am to 10pm every day until 26 December

‘Sky Castle’ is free to visit from 10am to 10pm every day until 26 December

It then traveled to Shenzhen in China, Hong Kong, Adelaide and Brisbane and then landed in Sydney on 12 November.

‘Sky Castle’ is free to visit from 10am to 10pm every day until 26 December.

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