The Museum of Ice Cream has been all over social media this year, and I’ve been dying to go since it opened. Luckily, a friend of mine was able to get her hands on some tickets during the final ticket release for the Los Angeles location. You can find out where it’s headed next here.
I had a great time at the museum. I tried mochi for the first time but unfortunately didn’t get to try the charcoal ice cream. Instead we ate a bunch of candies that when put together tasted like the inside of a Tootsie Pop. Also, when I went part of the popsicle room was roped off. One of the staff members said it was because people were hanging from them and breaking the sticks.
The walk through is self-guided and you are free to spend as much time as you’d like in each room. The only exception to this is the sprinkle pool which has a two minute limit. I was the designated photographer for my group, and let me tell you, trying to take pictures of four girls in a 120 seconds is no easy feat.
My favorite parts of the museum were the sprinkle pool, the swings and of course, the ice cream! If a Museum of Ice Cream pops up near you I would definitely recommend you visit!
Check out the pics below to see inside my trip to the Museum of Ice Cream: