After causing a frozen treat frenzy in New York City, Museum of Ice Cream will be heading to the West Coast this month claiming Los Angeles as its highly anticipated second location. Stationed in DTLA’s Art District, Museum of Ice Cream invites guests to an experiential ice cream journey, which is four times larger than the NYC incarnation.

Interactive highlights include a “banana split” comprised of ten thousand “bananas”, a mint “grow house”, a room dedicated to California, a melted popsicle jungle and more. The iconic swimmable sprinkle pool returns filled with one hundred million sprinkles that were custom designed and produced by Museum of Ice Cream.

Tickets aren’t on the cheap end ($29), but it includes some ice cream tastings. Museum of Ice Cream opens its doors on April 22 and will run through May 29.


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