The forecast this winter might say snow, but it’s never too cold to enjoy ice cream. And the cherry on top? The Museum of Ice Cream, an immersive exhibit filled with sprinkles and treats galore, has returned to the streets of SoHo.
Located at 558 Broadway, the Museum of Ice Cream is made up of imaginative, multi-sensory installations that bring to life your most delightful dreams: savor the sweetest treats on a magical floating table, slide down an epic three-story slide, take a celestial ride on a pink MOIC subway, and follow the sound of buzz to a giant “Queen Bee” hive. There’s even signature Museum of Ice Cream flavors to try along the way.
Still craving that sugar rush? Hop on the R or W subway lines and head to The Skylark to enjoy your choice of Decadent Just-Baked Skillet, featuring a warm, ooey-gooey cookie topped with, you guessed it, homemade ice cream.
Tickets and more information found HERE.
The Museum of Ice Cream in NYC.