Friday, September 29, 2023

Museum of Ice Cream Announces Final Ticket Sales

The most Instagram-able South Florida hot spot announced Monday that they are doing a final round of ticket sales before they hit the road.

The Museum of Ice Cream, a traveling exhibit that’s an explosion of color, whimsy, photo ops, and of course, ice cream, is opening up ticket sales again on Tuesday, Feb. 27 for tour dates through April 29. With locations in Los Angeles and San Francisco, the museum made its way to the Magic City in a soft launch during Art Basel in December 2017.

Since its opening, photos inside the museum have been splashed across social media, from riding on the banana and cherry swings, stacking ice cream blocks, ice cream cone windmills, the iconic sprinkle pool, loads of ice cream treats, and neon hues splashed across the walls in a way that only South Florida could appreciate. Each location has a different look, with the Miami museum covered in palm trees and color-splash prints one could find at a Lilly Pulitzer store—plus, lots and lots of pink.

Guests book a specific start time for their tour, beginning in a room filled with ice cream trivia, and then are taken into the ever-popular sprinkle pool (no, they’re not real sprinkles) for a limited amount of time. From there, guests are able to travel from exhibit to exhibit at their own pace, receiving a cold treat at every stop. The journey ends on the roof of the Miami Beach spot with a key lime pie ice cream cone as they overlook the water.

Tickets are $38 for guests 3 and older and can only be purchased in advance. Museum of Ice Cream,  3400 Collins Ave. in Miami Beach,, 855/258-0719.

Christiana Lilly
Christiana Lilly
Christiana Lilly is the former web editor at Boca magazine, where she enjoyed battling with web coding and community reporting—the more off beat, the better. An award-winning journalist, she is the president of the Society of Professional Journalists Florida chapter and a proud graduate of the University of Florida.

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