Located in San Francisco, California, Exploratorium is a museum venue with ample potential as a wedding destination. Situated in the center of history-laden Embarcadero, this unique setting has gorgeous sights inside and out. The city skyline graces the horizon and the bay melds with the sky, both visible through the numerous windowed walls. Throughout the interior, artistic and scientific discoveries await curious guests in the halls, bringing them on a journey of wonder. Exploratorium is home to numerous galleries, any of which may be rented out individually or combined. Depending on the setup, the capacity of an event can range from 50 guests to 350 people. Both ceremonies and receptions are welcome to take place on the property, as are other exciting occasions. Couples may find themselves drawn to the Fisher Bay Observatory & Terrace, a glass-lined room with space for 200 standing guests. Its transparent walls face the San Francisco Bay, offering a backdrop that is naturally elegant. Adjoining the observatory is the terrace, an area that adds an extra capacity of 125 people. Also overlooking the bay is the East Gallery, a contemporary space that can hold a capacity of 450 standing guests. Its open and lofty layout is ideal for expansive events as well as live musical performances. Whichever room is chosen, couples can feel assured that their background will be inspiring. Selecting a wedding package at Exploratorium involves the provision of a one-year membership, ideal for the newly married couple. The betrothed will also be able to utilize the museum for a one-hour photography session and turn a classroom space into a get-ready suite. Exploratorium has a list of preferred vendors, including caterers and bartenders. Event staff, such as a coordinator, operations technician, and explainers are all available through the venue’s in-house team. To learn more, couples are invited to reach out to the events team at this educational and architecturally stunning venue. Check out the gallery for an exclusive 360° Virtual Tour, and picture yourself at Exploratorium today!