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The Museum of Ice Cream Continues On To San Francisco With Even Sweeter Installations

Folks in the Bay Area now have their chance to scream for the Museum of Ice Cream. Following wildly successful runs in New York and Los Angeles, “the Hamilton of museums” as dubbed by Jimmy Kimmel, has made its way to the Bay Area to spread its sweetness to more fans.

The equally visual and flavorful phenomenon has taken social media by storm with eye-popping installations like playful swings, giant gummy bears, scratch & sniff wallpaper, and other whimsically themed rooms. Each of these aspects within the whole exhibit are highly interactive and provide prime content for your social media platforms.

For the SF iteration of the MOIC, Founder and Creative Director Maryellis Bunn has kicked up the level of excitement with vibrant and fun installations like a Rainbow room with secret access to a disco room celebrating the history of San Francisco, a Pop Rocks room with a rock climbing wall, and of course the iconic and Insta-famous Sprinkle Pool. With cotton candy, Unicorn Milk ice cream, My/Mo Mochi, and tons of tastings throughout you will also get to enjoy the launch of Bunn’s own ice cream.

You can grab tickets at the Museum of Ice Cream website, with an extended run up until February 2018.

By Reach Guinto

Reach loves the Lakers, fried chicken, and a well-executed DDT. He came out the womb with a fried egg on top of his head.