San Francisco, CA: Color Factory

Yesterday my boyfriend and I took a quick trip to SFO to a pop-up “experience” I learned about through my employer. Color Factory is an interactive warehouse converted into different exhibits where color is the focus. Tickets took me 4 1/2 HOURS to buy and it was totally worth it. It was an Instagrammer’s dream! My only complaint was that I was definitely aware I was in a warehouse and the exhibits didn’t exactly blow me away like I expected them to. Regardless, it still provided excellent memories, and excellent pictures!

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The entrance. I had a better photo opportunity but I was holding up the people in our group.

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This rotating meringue wheel had charcoal lemonade on the other side! I don’t like meringue but I still took one. I have a hard time passing up free food.

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The disco room had buttons on the wall labelled with lines from popular songs that fit the theme. I played a Michael Jackson song you should be able to easily guess.

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The confetti room was sponsored by Method Home so one wall was covered in shelves of dish soap. This was my favourite room! Shane and I are professionals at looking terrible in pictures together, but I’ll be damned if this isn’t the best photo we’ve ever taken.

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Does this room need an explanation?

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Swatch your step!

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This isn’t an installation, just a hallway between rooms. Still pretty though.

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The ball pit was a load of fun. I was surprised to learn that 3 1/2 feet deep ball pits are hard to move through. I look at it as an unexpected workout!

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We grabbed miniature ice cream cones on our way out. His was vanilla, mine was Japanese milk coffee. I thought they tasted the same, but the bf STRONGLY disagreed.

There were many more rooms than what I show here. But if we’re being honest, it was very dark and I’m not a good low-light photographer yet! If they extend their lease, I highly suggest purchasing tickets. I believe the artists behind Color Factory created an activity enjoyable for just about every age, and I’m so fortunate I was able to experience it myself.

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