Hyatt Regency San Francisco Announces Exploratorium Exhibits in Hotel Lobby

As a continuation of the hotel’s popular “Hyatt Culture Club,” Hyatt Regency San Francisco will be hosting Exploratorium interactive exhibits for guests of all ages to play and tinker with in its lobby from July 2 through September 30.

The Exploratorium, global leader in informal learning, is the prototype for experimental, participatory museums around the world. Called “the best science museum in the world,” by Scientific American, it is a scientific funhouse, art studio and an experimental laboratory all rolled into one.  Currently located at the Palace of Fine Arts, the Exploratorium will relocate to Pier 15 on the Embarcadero in the spring of 2013. Available for public interaction in the hotel’s atrium lobby, the featured exhibits will be as follows:

–       You and Me
–       Spinners
–       Oscylinder Scope
–       Circling Umbrella
–       Black Sand
–       Echo Tube
–       Speech Dissector
–       Blue Sky
–       Energy vs. Power
–       Pendulum Coupled
–       Turbulent Orb

Hyatt Regency San Francisco’s “Hyatt Culture Club” consists of a variety of over-the top, quarterly lobby displays and interactive exhibits from featured cultural icons, artistic entities and popular attractions in the Bay Area.  Boasting North America’s largest atrium lobby, of over 42,000 square feet, the Hyatt Regency’s interior is bigger than life and the hotel has become a popular host to some of Northern California’s most beloved pastimes.  In addition to the featured partner for Q3 2012, the Hyatt Regency San Francisco’s will also re-introduce the popular Department 56 Snow Village display during the 2012 holiday season.

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