Hey Hippies!! As soon as the Museum of Ice Cream opened up I knew I had to go. Problem was, tickets were selling out within minutes! I missed out on the first months it was open but I was able to snag up some tickets the last time they went on sale again. I went with my hubby, aka my photographer lol.
When we got into LA we quickly realized why we don’t go there that often. The neighborhood wasn’t the nicest. If you never have been to Los Angeles you might be a little freaked out but we’re use to it. You can’t miss the bright pink building where the museum is. Perfect photo opp. I was obsessed with how everything was painted pink! The line to get in wasn’t long at all. When you buy your tickets you have a set time to be there and get in. You also have to show your ID to prove that you were the one who bought the tickets! Super exclusive…I guess. We were there 10 minutes before our set time and was inside exactly at our set time. I was impressed how organized they were.
A small group of us was let in. Once you enter the museum you’re instantly transformed into this pink, bright world. Right up my alley. The employees give you some rules and a piece of Dove Chocolate. Great way to get your sugar high going. After that, you’re free to go through each room at your own pace. You just can’t go back once you leave that room. Some rooms have either ice cream or candy they give out. I don’t eat dairy so hubby got double. Everyone that was there was very polite in letting you take a picture without someone being in the background. It took us about 45 minutes to get through the whole museum. Only time we had to wait was for the pool filled with sprinkles! They let a big group in and the pool was tiny! To be honest, I felt like it was kinda dirty, everyone’s feet touching the sprinkles. I only put my feet in the pool because the worker insisted that I did. It felt cool but I wasn’t about to lay in them and get them all over me. No thanks.
All in all I had a great time. I thought it would be more of a museum with history on ice cream but it wasn’t like that at all. More of an art exhibition. I love art so I didn’t mind. But I’m also a nerd and love to learn. I had a blast seeing all the different rooms and having the perfect photo opportunities. It’s only open for a couple more months in LA but it’s sold out. The next place the museum is being moved to is San Fransisco.
I wore this cute, pink, fuzzy crop top with a pair of jeans. At first I had heels on but I switched them out for my slides… duh. Love slides hahah. My bag is from ShopJ&G.
Thanks so much for stopping by hippies. Have you been to this museum? If not, I hope these pictures will give you a feel of this awesome and colorful museum. Have a great weekend. XoXo