Museum of Ice Cream

Museum of Ice Cream

Museum of Ice Cream:


There are lots of small tear holes in this yellow ice cream stick but when you hold it up to the light you can see the big one in the center that lets the light through.

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Savor the sweetest treats on a magical floating table, slide down an epic three-story slide, take a celestial ride on a pink Museum of Ice Cream subway, and follow the buzzing sound to a giant "Queen Bee" hive. Taste the museum's signature flavors and ice cream treats along the way, before taking a dive into the world's largest sprinkle pool. Take all the Instagram-worthy pictures that your heart desires. When you finish your experience, be sure to explore the museum's whimsical shop. The Museum of Ice Cream is not a traditional museum — every installation is interactive, meaning touching isn't only allowed, it's encouraged. Alternatively, grab your partner, friend, or family member for an exclusive Night at the Museum experience at The Museum of Ice Cream. Hosted in collaboration with We’re Not Really Strangers, a card game all about empowering meaningful connections. After hours enjoy a full tour of the museum's 13 magical installations, along with special activities and treats designed to celebrate love in all its forms. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a pink-super-cone.

Museum of Ice Cream is a company that develops and operates interactive retail experiences, or "selfie museums", in the United States and Singapore. These exhibits, typically hosted in storefronts, are ice-cream and candy-themed, with bright colors. The exhibits serve as backdrops for selfies, and the posts made by visitors to Instagram and other social media sites have served to promote the company's offerings. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


Very fun! The tour guides were very nice and energetic. Don't be afraid to dance to the music because they will hype you up!! The only thing is I wish there was more ice cream offered, especially for the price that you pay for the tickets. And more ice cream flavors offered as well. They only served ice cream 3 times during the whole tour and only one of the flavors was something I liked (pink vanilla with sprinkles). Other than that, no complaints. Had a blast!!

A sign featuring the names of victims of police brutality, including Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, and Tamir Rice was placed outside the company's SoHo location in bright pink. Their names were preceded with the words "I scream for..." implicitly comparing the deceased to ice cream. Additionally, Ahmaud Arbery's name was misspelled "Ahmed Aubrey". (Source: en.wikipedia.org)



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