Success in NY and LA, the Ice Cream Museum Arrives in Miami
Woke up this morning feeling like you need to swim in a pool of ice cream sprinkles? Don’t you worry, because after Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York, it is Miami Beach’s turn to win the Museum of Ice Cream. The interactive (and delicious) attraction that will showcase some of the world’s most famous frozen dessert story.
Some of the Museum highpoints include the colorful and super attractive rooms with a swimmable pool filled with 100 million sprinkles, a gummy bear mural, a banana split made of 10,000 “bananas,” and a jungle of melting ice pops. Miami’s décor version plays with the art deco architecture, key lime pie, and palm trees.
According to the creators, the gallery it’s a place where creativity can be transformed into real experience. “Our mission is to bring people together and provoke their imagination.” Of course, whoever visits the museum will have the chance to taste delicious samples (included in the cost of admission).
The museum opened its doors on December 13 as part of Art Basel Miami 2017, the city’s largest art event, and it is in the Faena District at Mid-Beach – 3400 Collins Avenue, Miami.
Museum of Ice Cream
Where: Faena District, 3400 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
Tickets: $38 plus tax
For more information visit: museumoficecream.com; or call: 855-258-0719