The Museum of Ice Cream Pop-Up Is Now Open in Los Angeles

Apr 30, 2017

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The pop-up Museum of Ice Cream, which saw an extremely successful launch in New York City last year, completely selling out within its first five days, just relocated to the sunny West Coast, opening April 22 in LA’s trendy DTLA Arts District. As of this writing, tickets are sold out through May 29, but you can still purchase them — $29 for adults, $18 for children ages 3-12 and seniors over 60 — and visit between June 2 and July 10, 2017. The new space is four times the size of the one in NYC, so we’re hoping more people get a chance to check it out.

Last year’s NYC pop-up was home to funky ice cream art — like a giant ice cream sandwich swing, ice cream cone lights and an ice-cream-scoop seesaw — as well as edible treats like ice cream (obviously), artisanal waffle cones and sugar balloons filled with helium. This year, LA’s version features 10 ice-cream-centered installations, including favorites like the interactive sprinkle swimming pool — filled with 100 million custom-designed sprinkles — and a melted popsicle jungle. Make sure you save room for curated ice cream tastings in between all these incredible photo-ops. To visit and eat your way through this awesome museum, grab your tickets ahead of time online through the link above. And don’t forget: each admission comes with not one, but two complimentary ice creams. Enjoy!

H/T: Los Angeles Daily News

Featured image courtesy of Museum of Ice Cream’s Facebook Page.

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