NYC’s Museum of Ice Cream

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The literal minute I heard that New York City was to be blessed with a pop-up Museum of Ice Cream this past summer, I bought tickets. Nothing has ever sounded so incredibly New York to me. Because how unnecessary (and suddenly so necessary) is a Museum of Ice Cream?

Needless to say, I really enjoyed the hour I spent there and would like you all to live vicariously through the photos I took!

1st Room

Scoop of the week! This week’s was Boysenberry Rose Milk Jam with Homemade Crumb from NYC’s McConnell’s Ice Cream.

So delicious.

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2nd room

Edible balloons made from spun sugar! These were mostly fun because of the helium inside (I’m 23 and still thoroughly entertained by the chipmunk voice).

I also loved this room because of the walls covered in ice cream cones and ice cream scoopers.

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3rd room

The infamous pool of sprinkles! This room was by far the most Instagrammed. Obviously I got my own picture 🙂

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4th room

Synsepalum dulcificum – a fruit that makes sour things taste sweet. After the candy dissolved, the staff gave me a couple of lemon slices – all of which tasted like sweet candied lemon 🙂

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…Aaaaand that’s the story of the worst sugar crash of my life. Worth it.

Have you guys ever been to a pop-up museum? Comment below or contact me 🙂

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  1. Jacky says:

    This looks like soooo much fun 😀 Am I understanding correctly that the museum is not there on a permantent basis? Now I’m sad 🙁 But with your post it’s almost as though I’ve been there, haha.


    • Christina says:

      Sadly, you’re understanding correctly 🙁 It was a pop-up museum this past summer and only open for about three months. At least you were able to live vicariously through my photos!

      Thanks so much for reading, Jacky! 🙂

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