If you’ve never had a fantasy where you dove into a pool of ice cream sprinkles, you’re not living. For those of you who’ve always wanted to live out that dirty little food dream, now’s your chance. The Museum of Ice Cream is a pop-up attraction that recently opened in New York City and you’ve got to see it to believe it.
I’ll give you the bad news up front. Tickets to this temporary pop-up museum have already sold out. However, if my sources are correct, you might see this get extended and thus more tickets will become available in the very near future. On to the good stuff.
There is ice cream art all over this place. Some of which is interactive!
Indeed this is a museum, thus: art. You can find all kind of ice cream inspired paintings and sculptures scattered throughout the Museum of Ice Cream.
Oh yes, you can also “swim” in a pool filled with rainbow sprinkles. No seriously. You can.
Of course, there are actual ice cream tastings available as well.
Pictured above is something that I seriously want to try. A pill has been developed that temporarily changes your taste buds.
Apparently it temporarily disables your tongue from tasting citrus sour. Meaning you can bite into a lemon and it tastes like lemonade. Anyone know how I can get my hands on this? I need to try it!
The Museum of Ice Cream also had a chocolate chamber complete with a chocolate fountain!
Finally, for seemingly no reason at all, they offer edible balloons. Because why not?
The edible balloons are filled with helium, so once you are finished eating the unique creation, you sound like a cartoon character.
A big thank you to Theme Park University reader Stephen for grabbing these pics at the Museum of Ice Cream! For more information visit www.museumoficecream.com!
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