There’s a reason the Museum of Ice Cream is sold out throughout its one-month long pop-up in New York City’s Meatpacking District.
It is, quite literally, the coolest.
Edible exhibits, taste tests that turn sour to sweet, a chocolate fountain, and a pool full of rainbow sprinkles are just a few of the highlights.
We got the scoop on everything the museum has to offer.
Museum-goers are encouraged to suck the helium out of the balloons, making for a funny, squeaky voice.
Every exhibit is interactive, like this sundae, where guests add scoops to try and make the 'world's largest sundae.'
We made ourselves comfortable in the 'chocolate cave,' where the 'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory' theme song played in the background.
There's a Tinder-sponsored room with an ice cream sundae swing, sprinkles selfie wall, and an ice cream scoop seesaw.
Museum guides hand out 'miracle berries,' which change your flavour receptors for 30 minutes for a taste test.
Maryellis Bunn is the founder of the museum. 'Ice cream is a passion and this is the project to share, lick and like with the world,' she says.
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