I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!
For those of you that don’t know, the Museum of Ice Cream is a pop-up art installation in LA. And let me tell you, it is as cool as it sounds. (No pun intended… okay, pun was intended!) We made sure to leave nice and early from Orange County so we wouldn’t miss our 1:30pm ticket time.
When we got to LA, we had some time to kill and we were starving so we did the only thing that you should do in that predicament… we went to a taco truck. Trust me, it was delicious. If you’re visiting LA from out of town, those food trucks on the side of the street are not only legit, but absolutely delicious! Just make sure to sneak a peak at the inside. If the shiny surfaces are actually shiny, you’ve found a keeper!
With lunch in tow, we walked over to the outdoor courtyard waiting area at the museum and snagged a table in the shade. Isn’t this just one of the cutest waiting area you’ve ever seen?
Finally, it was our turn to get in line. We waited for about 20 minutes and were finally let in. Luckily, they only let in a small group of people at a time which really helped with crowd control.
The Museum of Ice Cream is split up into different rooms that you walk through. To keep things in an orderly fashion, the rule was that you cannot go backwards through the museum. In each room, they had themed art installations, some of which were interactive, as well as samples of various ice creams. The art installations were so cool! (Oh, I had to!) There were giant gummy bears, over-sized popsicles, and bananas dangling from the ceiling. For a place like this, words cannot do it justice. So without further ado, here are my photos from the Museum of Ice Cream!
As you can see, this museum isn’t like any other museum. I felt like a life size barbie inside my very own dollhouse. I was covered in plastic sprinkles from head to toe. Plus, I actually got to enjoy all of it because they have an excellent ticketing system so it was never too crowded to take a picture and just play around. I’ve always been a girly girl and this pink bundle of sugar was a dream come true!
Psst… I just heard that they’re going to San Francisco next so, if I were you and close by that area, I would sign up for their updates so you can get first selection when tickets go on sale. For more information, check out their website at HERE
Have a Wanderfit day!