Museum of Ice Cream announced that they were extending tickets for one last time in Los Angeles for the some time during the month of December! I think it’s already sold out though, sadly.
It reminded me of early October when I went and thought about sharing it with you!
I was able to buy the tickets about a month in advance. It was a few days after they just released more tickets and most of the good weekend dates such as Friday and Saturday were already taken. The remaining days were usually weekdays or Sunday evenings. I did find an opening for Sunday, October 2nd at 3pm which worked out for me because my fiancé tends to work Saturday anyways.
The Museum of Ice Cream was located near 7th Street and Alameda in Downtown LA. The area reminded of Art District. The location did seem a bit iffy you continued behind the Museum a few blocks.
There were a few places to park. You can try to find street parking, free on Sundays. There were multiple parking lots that charged a fee. They were charging $5 that day. Or you can park valet for $6 which was right behind the Museum.
When we arrived, we had to get in line and they would let you in by groups, due to the small exhibit rooms. There was an area to the side where you could relax before heading in if you wanted. It was a nice green area with benches and fun things to do. I saw the kids enjoying it while a parent would be in line. Before you get in, the employee would hype us up and had us swear to not touch the bananas or popsicle . My fiancé, of course, ended up forgetting ant touched them anyways.
Each room had its own theme and for the most part, I think every room gave you something to eat. It was usually ice cream or candy. Also, once you left a room, you can’t go back. You can only move forward.
I think my favorite room was probably the Sprinkle Pool. It was smaller than I thought but the room was huge though. My second favorite room was probably the swings!
Okay, now for the pictures!