You should pay a visit to the Ice Cream Museum this summer as it is the time to enjoy them, and you will have guaranteed fun at the museum.
Many attractions and artistic ways to show us the sweet side of this museum includes a pool of 100 million brilliantly colorful plastic sprinkles that look good enough to eat. It already sounds fun and eye catching.
While there’s no Oompa Loompa running around terrorizing children, the Museum of Ice Cream creator, Maryellis Bunn, makes sure the traveling exhibit of interactive tasting experiences features edible creamy treats from delicious names like McConnell’s and DOVE Chocolate and dot your journey through this fantastical optical extravaganza of frozen dairy heaven. MOIC even has mochi for all our snottier friends who like their ice cream ekthra fanthy.
You won’t believe your eyes or your senses. Specially created fragrances will make you feel like a child again. Banana split rooms made up of 10k ‘nanners will make you beg to be locked up in an insane asylum. The whole thing is straight outta Kookoo, USA.
The museum has all different ice cream themed rooms, from the popsicle room to the sherbet room to the sprinkle pool. It also features new ice cream-adjacent curiosities like a chocolate soil garden of mint, a Warholian cascade of bananas, and confectionary riffs on iconic Los Angeles locations.
A handful of the installations break from being elaborate serving stations for snacks and let artists inspired by ice cream do whatever they want. These include Abel Bentin’s neo-classical goth soft-serve meditation and Baker’s Son’s leaky flotilla of popsicles.
See also Ice cream ceramic sculptures by Anna Barlow HERE!