My Trip to the Museum of Ice Cream in Los Angeles.

Hi there! If you follow my Instagram, you know I went to the Museum of Ice Cream in Downtown Los Angeles a couple of weekends ago. I wasn’t planning on doing a recap, but I took so many pictures and wanted to share more of them!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

When I found out a few months ago that the Museum of Ice Cream (originally in NYC) was coming to LA, I knew I had to get my hands on those tickets! I bookmarked my calendar and set and alarm because let me tell you, those bad boys sold out as quickly as Beyonce tickets. I’m so glad we got our hands on some!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

I think my favorite thing about the museum was how it made you feel like a kid again. It’s kind of like that feeling you get at Disneyland or something when everything feels magical and you have the biggest smile on your face for hours 🙂

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

The museum is essentially 15 or so different themed rooms that are so colorful, bright, and unique. There’s a ton of texture and you can interact with almost everything in the rooms. The pink room in the second room had some amazing pink retro phones – it reminded me of Barbie!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

It takes about an hour to walk through the entire thing and there are 5 ice cream tastings in total. The first is an earl grey tea biscuit ice cream from McConnell’s that I’m praying I can get my hands on when this is all over. It was unreal!!!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

We then took a ride on the swing before hitting the banana room. What is it about swings that makes them feel so fun!? I seriously want one in my room someday. Maybe a swinging hammock or hanging chair…that would be AWESOME.

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

My second favorite ice cream was this mint chocolate chip mochi! I love mochi so much but I never get it. I definitely haven’t seen any that’s mint chocolate chip flavored, so this was a real treat. So creamy and oddly refreshing, if that makes sense!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

The room with the popsicles was one of my favorites. This was one of two rooms that I felt could actually be in a modern art museum.

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

The other was the room where you got to taste charcoal cookie dough in a cone!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

I know that sounds weird, but it was delicious! The charcoal didn’t taste like much, but who doesn’t love cookie dough?!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

And then there was the giant gummy bear room 🙂 There was also a gummy bear tasting in here, in case someone has never tried gummy bears before…(hoping that’s literally no one since gummy bears are the BEST.)

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

Okay my absolute favorite room though is one you may have predicted…

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

The sprinkle pool room!!!!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

So they tell you that these aren’t real sprinkles (which makes so much more sense), but actually little slivers of plastic. The bottom of the pool is squishy too, so it feels nice on your feet! Everyone goes in small groups and gets to play and take pictures in the pool for about 3 minutes each. It was so fun!!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

The last ice cream tasting was this pancake vanilla ice cream sandwich. I love that they dyed the pancakes pink!!! This one was so delicious, I might have to try making it at home!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

The final room had another awesome swing that was colored like a neopolitan ice cream sandwich. Seriously though, where can I find this thing for my house?!?!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

Alright y’all, that’s it for now!! Hope everyone is having a great week and treating themselves to something wonderful for humpday!

Dancing for Donuts | Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles.

xo Jordan

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