The Color Factory


Just call  me mellow yellow. This post about our visit to The Color Factory has been a long time coming. If you have not heard about The Color Factory - it is a pop-up experience right in the heart of San Francisco. You can lose yourself in the two-story exhibit among the 10,000 colored ribbons as you walk through the different hues offered. Swimming, errmmm... SINKING in a HUGE yellow ball pit was one of my favorite experience as well as having one teenie-tiny ice cream cone at the end of the full spectrum of color experience.

Going down the rainbow stairs
Follow the colored circles!
First treats to greet you as you enter = French macarons. 
Don't they look lovely? They tasted great, too

We visited The Color Factory back in February. So, just like I said, this post is a long time coming. Tickets are currently sold out and hopefully they will open some more ticket sales in the future. The Color Factory opened its doors in SF back in August of last year and it looks like it might be here for awhile more. Tickets will run you $35 each and children 2 and under are free. There is also a service charge for when you buy the ticket. The great thing that I liked about The Color Factory is that you get to take as many photos on the photo card they provide you, like the photo.  The little lady had a grand time checking us in for photos.

The following photos are just some of the exhibits that you get to enjoy as you walk through.

 

Look at that huge marker!

The 'All Yellow Shop' was my favorite stop. It is the very last room that you go to. 






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