If you’ve ever dreamed of swimming in a veritable sea of ice cream sprinkles — and if you haven’t before, you probably are now — you’re in luck. The Museum of Ice Cream, which made its first appearance in New York City last year, comes to Downtown Los Angeles from April 22 to May 29, and one of its many tempting features will be a “sprinkle pool” filled with nearly 100 million sprinkles made of antimicrobial plastic.
Kind of akin to a Willy Wonka brainstorm, the Museum of Ice Cream is a convergence between ice cream parlor and art installation, with imaginative features like a melted-popsicle jungle and a banana split made of 10,000 bananas.
In addition, the museum, located in the Arts District at 2018 East 7th Place, will offer scoops from the likes of McConnell’s, Salt & Straw, Coolhaus, Cream and more.
When the Museum of Ice Cream popped up in New York, it sold out pretty much immediately and had a six-figure waiting list, so we recommend grabbing your tickets fast.
Tickets go on sale at as of 9 a.m. on Monday April 3, and will get you two ice cream tastings, “surprise edible treats” and countless Instagram opportunities.
Early word is tickets are selling out fast, so be sure to ‘scoop’ yours up ASAP (sorry, coudln’t resist)