HOW TO FIND IT:
Find Canis Major. Chi Puppis is not far from the triangle formed by Epsilon, Eta, and Delta Canis Majoris. You will need to locate Chi Puppis in the sky and zoom in on that star. In a telescope's viewfinder that is focused on Chi, you will probably be able to see M93 as a small nebulous object.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR:
You will see a nice compact cluster at low power. Some have seen shapes, such as a star, starfish, or butterfly.