A sensory experience awaits at the Museum of Ice Cream.
The sold-out Meatpacking District pop-up, open until Sept. 4, features a trippy chocolate room, a sprinkle-filled pool and helium balloons made of sugar. Naturally, the museum offers up ice cream from the likes of Oddfellows and Chinatown Ice Cream Factory.
Co-founder Maryellis Bunn said the museum was a childhood dream that turned into a reality. It definitely feels a little like a dream, indeed.
Bunn told amNY.com there are no plans to take the museum on the road -- yet.
"Everyone's super excited about it," she said. "After this, we can evaluate what the next steps are.
There are cones on cones
We need these cone lights for our apartment
You'll see scoopers through time
There are whipped cream dispensers aplenty
Scoop your own ice cream into this
You can eat these balloons
Step into the chocolate chamber
It's the sprinkle pool!
Don't eat the sprinkles
Where there's a pool...
Those lemon slices don't taste like lemon
It's basically a playground
Thanks for visiting the Museum of Ice Cream