Awhile back my friend Jordan over at Oh Happy Day announced a new venture, a pop-up color museum called The Color Factory. Although color isn’t historically my thing, I really appreciate a well-curated design-minded collection so I took my little ones to check it out. They had a blast exploring all of the rooms and it made for some really nice photographs.
That’s all for our visit! As of now it is booked up through the end of September, but it may be extended again. You can visit the The Color Factory website for more information!
Have you been to the Color Factory? Do you have a similar spot to recommend in your neighborhood?
I would so love to go to this place! I love the colors and I can only imagine the photographs that I’d get. Thanks for sharing!
This is just beautiful and a work of art, definitely on my bucketlist!
A picture says a thousand words. Thank you for taking us through this journey with all your lovely pictures and for helping us capture the beauty just as you saw it. What a lovely museum this is. I hope to be able to see this next time I go up north.
I hadn’t heard of the Color Factory but it sounds like it could be an interesting place to see. You mentioned it’s booked so Im guessing it’s not just open admission.
OMG This is so cool! I have not been to California, but I really want to head West. This would be a great spot to visit. I love color!
I didn’t know that pop up museums existed, nor did I know about the The Color Factor. The images are beautiful and truly says 1000 words! It looks like so much fun, spirit lifting even. Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed this post 🙂
I love Oh Happy Day’s blog. So inspiring. I do wanna check this place out when we visit Frisco. I heard it’s so hard to get tickets though. I definitely want a picture in that yellow ball bit.
San Fran is at the top of my list of places to visit. This color factory looks like so much fun!
The color factory looks amazing! I can’t image how much fun this would be to visit. I hope this pop up museum comes close to us so we can visit. The whoopie cushion wall was my favorite! I can only imagine how much fun it must be to visit! It would cheer me up on a gloomy day! This makes me want to eat skittles 🙂
The whoopie cushions made me chuckle – and then turn my laugh into a cough because I’m in public!
I would have loved this as a kid (still would now, but especially as a kid). You’re providing your little ones with so many cool opportunities!