The Color Factory In NYC: A Must Visit

In the beginning of May, I had the chance to visit “The Color Factory” in SoHo. The name speaks for itself, as it features vibrant colors and interactive fun for all ages to enjoy. From the moment we stepped into the exhibit, down the second my friends and I left, we were treated with kindness and respect. Not to the mention, the actual exhibit was worth the $38 bucks paid. Definitely a must visit if you’re in the area!

While waiting for our group to start the journey, we were offered mini ice cream sandwiches to settle some hunger. You’ll notice the colors starting to peep through as you look up at the beautiful streams. But prior to the start of the exhibit, we were given a short disclaimer discussing rules to remember and how to take pictures hands free (major plus).

The first part of the exhibit was extremely interactive. We were paired with partners, tasked with drawing the other person. With headphones, we listened to an audio which directed us on what to draw next. It was interesting to see how our minds processed the creative and fast paced task.

During the exhibit, we found colorful rooms filled with:

  • Candy
  • Colorful balloons
  • Musical Instruments
  • The Alphabet – Color coded
  • Blue Ball Pit (It’s bustling with kids)

And more rooms with instagramable moments to capture. More pictures and videos below:

If you’re a millennial looking for great places to capture your next Instagram photo, this is the place for you. If you’re looking for a dope colorful experience, this is very much still the place for you. I recommend this exhibit to people of all ages. The tour guides give off amazing vibes and are overall helpful with any questions or inquires you might have. Great place for a date, a girls day, or even to go out with family or friends. You won’t be disappointed.



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