After the success of New York and Los Angeles (cities where tickets sold out within hours), the Museum of Ice Cream (Ice Cream Museum in Spanish) reaches its third destination: San Francisco.
A historic building in the city center welcomes this place of pilgrimage for ice cream lovers that has ten interactive facilities that we can enjoy with the five senses. Lucky visitors can enter a cave with caramel walls or a psychedelic room with rainbows and unicorns and dive into the pool with one hundred million sweet confetti.
In addition, tastings of the best ice cream parlors in California will be made and can be purchased merchandising exclusive.
Photos: Katie Gibbs
This armored door gives access to the paradise of ice cream lovers.50's dinner
The bar is inspired by those of the 50s but everything is bubblegum pink.Jukebox
Put your favorite song while enjoying a good ice cream.Golden years
The utensils to enjoy a good ice cream in version golden.Swimming pool
This pool with one hundred million sweet confetti has become the main attraction.Sweet dip
It is the most instagrammed space in the entire museum.An ice cream?
During your visit you can taste different flavors of ice cream.Rainbow and unicorns
The perfect space to take a picture.Color psycholedia
An overdose of color and good vibes.Door
To access the silver room.Secret passage
You will feel like a child again.Swing
View of the room with walls covered with cream cans.Enchanted garden
Enter this candy forest XXL.The icing on the cake
A sky of sweet clouds and sour cherries.In the sky Pop Rocks Cave
Tribute to these candies similar to petazetas.Climbing
Each of the 10 facilities allows you to interact with it.