This museum will surely steal the hearts of ice cream lovers.
If you’re looking to explore a place just like The Bubble Tea Factory that opened in 2019, you’re in luck!
The Museum of Ice Cream, one of the three new attractions in Singapore opening this year, will open to the public in August this year.
The museum is a world-famous New York-based attraction that has made its way out of the United States for the very first time. It will be located within a 60,000 sq ft property in the Dempsey area in Singapore.
It will house a total of 14 unique and Instagram-worthy installations dedicated to the enjoyment of ice creams.
There will be a fully functional Singapore-inspired “Dragon Playground”, as well as a pink and yellow jungle with 10,000 bananas for you to explore.
You can also look forward to dipping away in sprinkles in their gorgeous Sprinkle Pool.
Throughout the museum experience guided by talented #TeamMOIC performers, you’ll also get to enjoy and savour five different ice cream treats.
“We can’t wait to welcome you to experience our most ambitious project to date – a crossroad of east meets west, where Americana meets Singaporean nostalgia with a twist… or a swirl. Expect the unexpected and be prepared to dance, swim, sing, and shout in a way that Singapore has never seen before,” said Manish Vora, co-founder of the Museum of Ice cream.
If you wish to visit the museum during its opening month, tickets can be purchased for advanced reservations.
The tickets prices, which start from $38, will be available from 10am on Apr 12 here.
Be sure to explore this Instagram haven and snap away this August!
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