You Scream, I Scream, We all Scream for Ice Cream! I mean seriously who doesn’t love ice cream?! That’s sort of a rhetorical question, but in case you are one of the few who doesn’t like ice cream. I suggest you click away because there’s about to be some serious Ice Cream overload.
You guys our childhood dreams came true this week when we visited the Museum of Ice Cream! If you are wondering what the heck is a Museum of Ice Cream? Well, it’s exactly what it sounds like, it’s a Museum filled with none other than Ice Cream. Some ice cream that you eat and some that you look at, admire and take pretty pictures with. 🙂
The Museum of Ice Cream was a very exciting place to visit. Not only is it super bright and colorful but the staff has so much energy and personality that they enhance the already amazing experience. You know you are in for a great time from the moment you walk up to the enormous bright pink building. And the staff wearing all pink greets you with a smile and tells you, there’s a play area you can go play in while you wait to go inside.
There are so many great things about this Museum but I’m going to tell you about my favorite room. Which was all of them, haha just kidding. But definitely, my personal highlights were the popsicles, gummy bears, the California room and definitely the sprinkles pool.
I’m attaching a lot of pictures more than usual. But I want to show you guys how amazing this museum is. So please scroll through them and let me know which ones are your favorites. Also, if you are in Los Angeles and want to visit the Museum of Ice Cream. Tickets went on sale this morning for their June dates. Hurry up and get them because they sell out fast. And if you are not in LA check out their website and see if they are heading to a city near you.
Gummy Bear LOVE
Pool of Sprinkles
Museum of Ice Cream LOVE
We all know how difficult parking is in Los Angeles. So when visiting the Museum of Ice Cream if you don’t want to valet for $6 for the first 2-hours. You can self-park all day for only $3 at 826 Mateo St Los Angeles, CA 90021. It’s literally the next block so there’s not a lot of walking to be done.