UPDATE: This past month I was back at the Museum of Ice cream in San Francisco and noticed some MAJOR changes. They have added some more Ice Cream themed rooms and completely done away with a couple of OG’s. Never fear- the sprinkle pool is still there.
The Banana Swing alcove was still my favorite photo stop- thankfully that has stayed the same.
New Room ALERT! The popsicle room is no more. I honestly prefer this new attraction ( to see the original room scroll below to my post from last year). The Circus Animal snack room made me feel nostalgic. I remember eating these by the handful as a child, wallpaper serves as such a cute background for photos.
The Rock Candy room is sadly gone (See below for OG pics). It has been replaced with a bubblegum pink and mint safaree. Overall this room was super cute, but to be honest the lighting setup was not amazing for an experience that is centered around cute photos.
The unicorn feature was so popular that they’ve added 2 more (not pictured). That’s right, they now have THREE unicorns. Love it!
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At the end of last year I was so excited to finally able to make a trip to the Museum of Ice Cream. In case you haven’t heard about it I highly recommend checking out their Instagram here . The Museum of Ice cream is an interactive millennial pink, photogenic, museum experience. The museum is composed of over ten rooms some complete with ice cream snacks!
One of the first rooms is comes decorated with cotton candy clouds and floating cherries. The best part is they give you cotton candy!
The sprinkle pool comes later on in the attraction and is SERIOUS fun! The pool comes equip with inflatable floaties and a diving board. However, one thing I should mention is that you have a set 5 min time in this attraction and the sprinkles get everywhere. So take photos QUICKLY and really brush off.
Rock Candy room comes with MOIC employees that will gladly take your photo and blaring Beyoncé music. Its safe to say that I LOVED it!
This wall paper was bananas! Popsicle wallpaper + popsicles coming out of the wall is a winning combo.
The Museum of ice cream is a cute pop-up with plenty of chances for photo ops however its not really a Museum. Personally, I loved it but if you are expecting a traditional Museum experience like SFMOMA you will be disappointed. The museum is filled with a unique combo of young children and their parents mixed with adults taking a photo op.