The Museum of Ice Cream, which debuted last summer in New York City, makes it’s Los Angeles debut in the Arts District and is an instant hit. The L.A. location is four times larger than the original in New York and has a ton of new installations and exhibits.
Of course, the iconic and infamous sprinkle swimming pool that went viral makes it’s return (yes, a swimming pool filled entirely of colorful sprinkles). There’s also a banana-split room with thousands of hanging bananas, scratch and sniff wall papers (yaaaaas), a giant Popsicle room and a curated flavor experience of some of L.A.’s best scoop houses including: McConnell’s, Salt & Straw, Coolhaus x Cuisinart and CREAM.
If you love ice cream (and who doesn’t?) the “Museum of Ice Cream” is a must-see exhibit. Bring your appetite and your camera, this experience is just too sweet to pass up.
The Museum of Ice Cream is at 2018 E 7th Pl, Los Angeles, (888) 718-4253. Tickets are $29 for adults (13 and above), and $18 for children (age 3 to 12) and seniors (above 60). The museum runs from April 22 to May 29.