During September 2017, an extremely popular pop-up museum, The Museum of Ice Cream, opened in San Francisco. Around 50,000 eager customers have bought the $38 tickets, according to the sf.eater.com. Now, two months later after the immediate sell-out, the museum is remaining successful and extending its stay in SF until 2018.
Some of the museum’s main attractions include a sprinkle pool, banana swings, giant ice pops and cotton candy clouds. Like the other Museum of Ice Cream locations (Miami and Los Angeles), the exhibits’ main theme has a bubble-gum aesthetic.
Along with the clever attractions, ice cream is provided by different local shops, like Bi-Rite Creamery and My/Mo Mochi. Overall, this sweet experience will make you feel like a kid again.