If you wish you could bring the cosmos a little closer, this remote spot is what dreams are made of. The Sun Tunnels in Utah bring the day and night sky closer to Earth. The tunnels line up to match the sun's rise and descent during the summer and winter solstices, and you can visit them for the ultimate dreamy space adventure.\nEven if you're not a big follower of all things cosmic, these impressive art pieces will draw you into a mystical world of galactic proportions.\nThe Sun Tunnels in Utah are an art installation created by Nancy Holt. They coincide with different cosmic movements, including the winter and summer solstice.\nYou can also explore the smaller holes in the 'ceiling' of the tunnels, which depict the constellations Draco, Capricorn, Perseus, and Columba.\nThe concrete structures are meant to display the constant changes of light and darkness across their surfaces, and also act as 'lenses' for specific frames of the sun during the day.\nHolt created the tunnels as a way to encompass the vastness of the desert and make it more accessible for those wanting to explore it.\nView this post on Instagram Winter Solstice, 2013, Sun Tunnels in the quiet of night. When we Instameet, we shoot into the night. I'm not sure what Prajit's (@irockutah) reading, but I guarantee it wasn't "Photography 101". This guy can bowl, check out his feed and follow this guy, his shots will make you rethink landscape photography. Did you mark your calendar? December 21, Sun Tunnels. A post shared by @ weloveutah on Nov 18, 2014 at 7:16am PST\nSince 1976, the tunnels have let visitors wander their small cylinders as the sun casts different shadows throughout its ascent and descent across the blue skies.\nThe tunnels are positioned in an X shape and are nine-feet tall and 18-feet long.\nView this post on Instagram Still not over this magic. ✨🌞✨ A post shared by ☽ sara v. ♁ (@sarabrains) on Jun 25, 2019 at 8:55am PDT\nThe dazzling streams of light dance across the concrete tubes, making the whole place seem like a dreamscape where space and the Earth collide as one.\nYou can reach the tunnels by taking 1-80 West towards Wendover, then take exit 378. Take a right for NV-233 and follow it for 20-miles.\nView this post on Instagram Uterine ray of #enlightenment at Nancy Holt's #SunTunnels A post shared by Jessie Wender (@jmwender) on Jul 1, 2014 at 8:17am PDT\nFor eleven miles, follow NV-233 to UT-30, and look for Lucin (around eight miles beyond the state line). Take Grouse Creek Road five miles, bear right for two miles, and turn left at Little Pigeon Road.\nThe remote and peaceful area adds to the dreamy cosmic effect of the tunnels, perfect for an adventure out of the ordinary.\nSun Tunnels\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Grouse Creek, UT\nWhy You Need To Go: These dreamy sun tunnels line up like a viewfinder during the winter and summer solstices and depict cosmic constellations.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.