7 - 14 November 2020

Sat 7 November 18:30 - 24:00 hrs
Sun 8 - Thu 12 November 18:30 - 23:00 hrs
Fri 13 - Sat 14 November 18:30 - 24:00 hrs

The GLOW route is 5 km long and runs through the center of the city, along all light art projects. Start at the Central Station or at one of the GLOW spots.

Here you will find tips on how to get to GLOW, parking facilities and traffic diversions soon.


The map that contains the GLOW route is available at the Tourist Information Office, Philips Stadium and GLOW Spots for 1 euro per piece. There is also an online map available.

The route is available on the website, which you can link to the home screen of your phone. You do this by opening the website with your mobile phone, followed by a pop-up with the option to add the start screen.

The GLOWroute leads all visitors through a public space. Generally this means that the GLOWroute is accessible by wheelchair. GLOW cannot be held liable for any unforeseen obstacles.

It is extra busy in the city in the weekends, so it is advisable to come early or late in the evening to avoid the crowds.

People with a disability can attend the Light Show in the Philips Stadium with a regular ticket. You can use your regular ticket to gain access through the disabled persons entrance number 13. Your companion is welcome here too.

There are no specified disabled parking spaces, apart from those already designated in the regular carparks.

Wheelchair accessible toilets along the route:

Hotel Pullman Eindhoven Cocagne / Integrated Accessible Public Toilet (corner Kerkstraat and Rechtestraat; in Restaurant Janz) / Dynamo/ van Abbemuseum / Restaurant “Kazerne”/ Hotel “De Match”/ Restaurant” Humphreys” / PSV Stadium / Restaurant “Usine”/ Restaurant “De Vooruitgang” / Holland Casino / Heuvel shopping mall, in the cellar.

Unfortunately, this is not allowed.

Unfortunately, this is not allowed.

Individuals and leisure groups can book a guided GLOW Tour.

Book Tour

GLOW 2021 takes place from 6 to 13 November.