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Thursday, July 19, 2012

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   By Emma Krasov, photography by Yuri Krasov
A lot of things are spinning, circling, and resonating these days in the North America’s largest atrium lobby at Hyatt Regency San Francisco with the hotel’s third quarterly display of “Hyatt Culture Club.”
What started as a fun idea of bringing some samplings of San Francisco’s iconic institutions to the hotel guests, evolved into a rather scientific attraction with the interactive exhibits from the Exploratorium – the leading science museum of the world.
Currently, the beloved city museum is gearing up for a big move – from its current location at the Palace of Fine Arts in the quieter north side of San Francisco to Pier 15 on the bustling Embarcadero. The move is scheduled for spring 2013, and everyone knows that the best way to get some awesome museum exhibits into your venue is to sneak them in when the museum is busy remodeling or relocating its assets.  
The Exploratorium interactive exhibits, presenting the magic of science and the way a human brain perceives the physical world around us, are now free for all and available for the hotel guests and San Francisco dwellers in the Hyatt Regency on Embarcadero through September 30.
Take along your spouse, your child, or your friend, and start seeing the other in your own face with You and Me, or hear him speak to you through a long and winding Echo Tube, or pet the shaggy magnetite hair that grows on a powerful magnet in the Black Sand exhibit. (It’s like petting a cat – a cold cat, to be exact). 
There are also Spinners, Circling Umbrella, and Blue Sky displays to trick your eyes; Speech Dissector to surprise your ears, and Coupled Pendulum to put your motor skills to test.
Hyatt Regency San Francisco’s “Hyatt Culture Club” displays a different show in its 42,000 square feet lobby every calendar quarter. The ever-popular Department 56 Snow Village display will return for the 2012 holiday season.
Located on the Embarcadero Waterfront, across from the iconic Ferry Building Marketplace, with ferries to Sausalito, Tiburon and Alameda, the Hyatt Regency San Francisco is the city’s most accessible hotel, close to everything: the California Street Cable Car line; the Embarcadero Center’s shops and restaurants; Financial District, Downtown, Chinatown, North Beach, Union Square, South of Market, AT&T Park (home of the SF Giants) and Embarcadero’s waterfront walking and jogging trail. As the city’s largest luxury waterfront hotel, the Hyatt Regency San Francisco offers its guests 802 rooms and suites and a wide range of services and amenities.
Situated in the soaring atrium lobby of the hotel, amidst magnificent trees and trellises that create a serene and relaxing environment, the Eclipse Café serves breakfast, lunch and dinner featuring classic interpretations of local cuisine.
More information and reservations at: Hyatt Regency San Francisco, 5 Embarcadero Center, 415-788-1234;


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