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What comes in over a 1,000 flavors, was first made available to the public starting in 1660, and is the most popular dessert in America with 23 pounds being consumed by Americans every year, and has a pop-up museum of its own in Los Angeles? The answer is ice cream.

The new pop up museum, the Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) is just that, an ice cream museum.  Everything in the museum is either related to ice cream, or some other sweet treat.  MOIC is located at 2018 E 7th Place Los Angeles, CA 90021.  They are open from 11am to 10pm, and the ticket prices $29 for adults and $18 for children that are age 3-12.

All the rooms in this museum have either something the visitors could eat, smell, play, or touch.  One of the popular rooms is filled with bananas hung from the ceiling, and wallpaper that is scratch and sniff and smells like bananas, according to  This room leads to the sprinkle pool, another popular attraction.  “The sprinkle pool is filled with 100 million sprinkles,” stated Maryellis Bunn, the creator of MOIC.

MOIC has many unique stations.  One of these special stations is an area where mint is grown in chocolate soil, according to  There is also a Pop Rocks climbing wall, according to

At this museum, the visitors can also try different ice cream foods, too. One of the rooms have tubs the size of ice cream truck, each filled with a different ice cream topping. Another room is a place where you can try different flavors and types of ice cream such as mochi ice cream, according to

MOIC’s first location was in New York, and tickets sold out almost instantly.  Over 200,000 people on the waitlist who weren’t able to get tickets.  It was so popular, they decided to create a pop up museum here in LA, and a museum in San Francisco, according to

This ice cream museum is a pop up museum in Los Angeles.  It was originally only here until May, but it became such a popular location, they extended their stay until December.  This is their fifth extension, according to

Like ice cream?  Here are a few interesting facts.  America is the second top ice cream consuming country in the world, and California produces the most ice cream in the United States, according to  In addition, America celebrates national ice cream month in June, according to

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8 Responses to “Museum Of Ice Cream Offers Cool Pop Up Experience”

  1. Charlie Bigani on November 28th, 2017 4:30 pm

    After reading your article, I was surprised to learn that we consume 23 pounds of ice cream a year.

  2. Briseis on December 3rd, 2017 4:11 pm

    After reading your article I learned a lot of interesting facts about some of the rooms in the museum and some other interesting facts about ice-cream.

  3. Madi Ybarra on December 3rd, 2017 8:33 pm

    I really liked this article. I went there for my birthday and it was a lot of fun!

  4. Alicia on December 4th, 2017 4:56 pm

    I enjoyed your article and would like to know more about this museum.

  5. Suhela Sawaya on December 5th, 2017 9:45 pm

    I watched several YouTube video’s about the museum of ice cream. I wish I could take a visit in the sprinkle pool.

  6. Emily Grigoruk on February 5th, 2018 6:47 pm

    I enjoyed your article and would like to know more bout what is inside the museum.

  7. Joseph Ojeda on February 9th, 2018 11:03 am

    Can someone tell me where in L.A. this is?!?! I am grateful that this article exists. Thanks for making it! Keep up the awesome work!

  8. Alejandra Robles on February 23rd, 2018 9:01 am

    Ice cream has a pop up museum in L.A with over 1,000 flavors. Today i learned that every year we consume 23 pounds of ice cream. The tickets cost 18-29 dollars.I cant believe that each of the rooms in the museum have either ice cream of something sweet that you can eat.

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