For people that love sweet treats, the Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) just might be the happiest place on Earth.
The Museum of Ice Cream recently opened its doors in Los Angeles and features ice cream-themed artwork as well as tasty culinary treats.
Calling themselves an “experimental ice cream journey,” the unconventional institution recently opened its doors in Los Angeles. The second location after a wildly popular debut in New York City in 2016. The west coast iteration is four times larger than its predecessor and features 10 art installations. And of course, a curated selection of the best ice cream around.
There are interactive elements to the Museum of Ice Cream. One of the most striking examples is an installation by Keith Magruder, aka Baker’s Son, who created a selection of melted popsicle sculptures.
A pool filled with a hundred million sprinkles.
If you’re eager to experience the Museum of Ice Cream for yourself, you’ve got to make reservations ahead of time. They’re now sold out through July, with tickets for August available on their website.