Museum of Ice Cream in San Francisco is highly popular


Museum of Ice Cream in San Francisco is highly popular

Ice cream-lovers and people with a preference for sweets and beautiful images should not leave San Francisco without having visited nothing less than the city's museum dedicated to ice cream, the Museum of Ice Cream.

Remember those crazy ideas you dreamed of as a kid? The Museum of Ice Cream is the place where whimsical ideas and products are transformed into real life experiences. This favorite new attraction is in San Francisco’s Union Square area in a 1911 Neo-Classical architectural masterpiece that formerly housed Giorgio Armani. Entrance does, of course, include lots of samples of ice cream and other tasty treats. The museum has partnered with several top San Francisco ice cream producers, and products from these producers play prominently in the exhibition.


The Museum of Ice Cream was founded by Mary Ellis Bunn and Manish Vora, who decided that New York had run out of new things to do and nothing would connect millennials with an experiential art project more than an ice cream-themed event.

The first Museum of Ice Cream took place in summer 2016 in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. It sold out in three days after the initial press release was sent out. In April this year, the Museum of Ice Cream opened a pop-up museum in Los Angeles, and now San Francisco has the pleasure of being home to this very popular attraction. After repeated sold-out engagements since it debuted in fall 2017, the museum has now become a permanent fixture in San Francisco.
Not least, the number of images from the Museum of Ice Cream has exploded on Instagram, which is a popular place to document the colorful and aesthetic surroundings. See the Museum of Ice Cream's own Instagram account HERE.


The Museum of Ice Cream has promised that its San Francisco event will be completely unlike its other two highly acclaimed pop-up shows, with new awesome ice cream-themed exhibitions and rooms. Tickets are $38 per person, and private tours for groups up to 20 people are offered.

Previous MOIC pop-ups have included giant Popsicle palettes and a rainbow-colored celebration of Gummy Bears, so get ready for some serious devotion to the art. Like the LA and NYC exhibits, San Francisco will also present the favorite and most photographed exhibit, the sprinkle pool, which holds over 100 million custom-designed sprinkles that visitors can dive right into. Moreover, visitors can look forward to a magical candy garden, a push pop installation and many other re-imaginations of our sweet tooth’s favorite treats, and in full immersive style in terms of flavors and smells.

Tickets continue as a hot item, and can be purchased online (not available at the door)

Read more about Museum of Ice Cream HERE

Photo credits: Museum of Ice Cream


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