The Color Factory!
Happy Fall, everybody! Please tell me I'm not the only one who is completely mind blown that it is coming up on the holiday season. Don't get me wrong, the holidays are probably my favorite time of the year, and the festivities have already begun. I've got so much planned for the next few weeks that I can't wait to share with you guys! But first, let's talk about THE COLOR FACTORY!
This one is mostly going to be pictures from my afternoon there, just because there really isn't much to say that the pictures can't. All I will say is, go to their website, sign up for their newsletter and keep an eye out for when tickets go on sale next. They are sold out until November, and there hasn't been any news of them extending their stay just yet, but I'm betting that they probably will with how in demand their tickets are, and with good reason. This place is a haven for anyone who loves color, photography, art, or who just wants to spend a couple of hours feeling like a kid again, with no worries of the outside world whatsoever. Whether you're two years old or sixty-two years old, you'll have fun letting go of any inhibitions you might have once you step into this world of color. I guarantee it.
Pressed Juice collaborated with The Color Factory and serve a Charcoal Lemonade that is weird on the eyes, but tastes like heaven going down.
Before you walk into the gallery, they hand you a card that you can register under your email address which then allows you to scan at different cameras throughout the factory. It's great to take pictures with your iPhone, but you're going to love the pictures that come from overhead in the ball pit.
There are so many more pictures, I don't even think I included a picture from every room. But you get the point. This place is fun and totally worth the months long waiting list to get in. Sometimes, all you need is to immerse yourself in a giant ball pit with the ones you love to get a clear head and a fresh outlook on life. Thank you to the artists and everyone involved in making The Color Factory what it is. The work does not go unnoticed.
Comment below if you've been to The Color Factory yourself or if there is another place like this that you recommend! Thanks for reading, as usual, spread it around and subscribe for new posts! I'll be talking about the highly talked about Museum of Ice Cream next week so stay tuned! xx