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Macy’s Exoplanet Workshop & Free Flower Show Apron | Union Square
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Dive into the vibrant colors of deep-sea florals and stunning marine life at our upcoming Flower Show, “Voyage to Oceanum.” Visitors to Macy’s marquee stores in New York, Chicago and San Francisco will embark upon an exciting under-the-ocean odyssey, discovering long-lost treasures and breathtaking aquatic beauty along the way.
The second chapter in a trilogy of fantasy fiction tales with R.H. Macy IV, this new exhibition takes place after the events of last spring’s “Journey to Paradisios,” where we imagined an otherworldly paradise of lush flora and beautiful blooms.
2020 Macy’s Flower Show
March 22 – April 5, 2020
Macy’s Union Square, San Francisco
FREE – RSVP may be required for special events. Please check individual events for more info.
> 2020 Flower Show Event Schedule TBA
Get a glimpse of the incredible sights that designers are dreaming up for a world that exists way down below—from colorful underwater flowers and coral reefs to mythical creatures from the ocean’s abyss.
Get a deep-sea experience at Macy’s Flower Show when you plan ahead. Make a reservation for a guided tour of the show, where you’ll learn about the spectacular floral displays and inspiration behind the exhibit.
Start your visit with a free guided tour of the Flower Show. Reserve a tour online or call (415) 954-6271 to make a reservation. Tours are complimentary and include a 10% Visitor’s Savings Pass.
There’s plenty of out-of-this-world fun in store for the whole family at Macy’s. Take the kids to design their very own exoplanet to bring home while they learn about space exploration with Chabot Space & Science Center on March 31st at 11 am and 1:00 pm. Kids also receive a free custom Flower Show apron and other goodies.
Chabot Space and Science Center seeks to inspire visitors of all ages about the wonders of science, space and the planet through a wide range of hands-on indoors and outdoors exhibits, a tinkering space, planetarium shows, community-based STEAM events, and three historic, research-level telescopes that are open weekly for free public viewing.
Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.
*Free with RSVP
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