I went to the Museum of Ice Cream in Miami in December because I heard it from a couple of blogger friends. I remember researching the museum on Instagram and the photos were absolutely beautiful and colorful. I knew this trip would be picture worthy!
Since this was a pop-up location, I didn’t want to miss a chance to go.
I posted on the Miami Black Gay Network to see who’d like to go and thankfully these guys were able to come out with me.They recently extended the exhibit so you can still go if you have a chance. Tickets go really fast so buy them when they’re available!Ticket sales go live for American Express Platinum Card Holders 1/24, All American Express Card Holders 1/25, and All Cards on 1/26.
The Museum of Ice Cream in Miami is located on 3400 Collins Ave, diagonally from the Faena Hotel & Residency. When we walked up to the museum, you could already see a line forming in the front. We needed to be on-time for this walk-through exhibition because they’re really adamant about getting people through the museum so they do not hit capacity.
The first room we entered into was like an ice cream parlor. The floors were painted in gold glitter and the room decorated like we were back in the 60’s. There was a conveyor belt of ice cream shots ready for us when we entered the room and you can grab them as you marvel around the room. I honestly felt like I was a kid in a candy store.
In the same room, they had the coconut room. Now, if you’re not great with small spaces, this may not be for you. I’m a bit claustrophobic, but I was fine when I went in. Imagine fitting 4 guys in a tiny little space trying to take pictures. LOL, such a great time!
Tip for the Sprinkle Pool: You have 45 seconds to grab your pictures so you better take it fast!
What I enjoyed most about going to the Museum of Ice Cream was the different rooms they had. There’s about 7-8 rooms and each had a different theme. You received little bites in each of them so take advantage of it all so you can get filled with yummy goodies.The last part of the tour was the Sprinkle Pool. As you can see, I tried my best to take a decent photo in pool of sprinkles and people. You’ll get a few sprinkles in your clothes but think of it as a souvenir.