Even Willy Wonka was appalled to hear that their rival attraction — the Museum of Ice Cream — is planning a visit to Singapore this August 2021. Everyone’s childhood dream fantasyland, but air-conditioned, pink and most importantly, absent of death traps, unlike a certain dessert factory we’re familiar with.

The Museum of Ice Cream is founded by Maryellis Bunn, hailed as the new generation’s Walt Disney. What started off as fleeting pop-ups across New York City slowly evolved into a permanent installation in Manhattan’s Soho neighbourhood. And now, it’s our turn to take a peep into her creative mind reflected by her whimsical designs. Singapore’s Museum of Ice Cream is set to open sometime in August 2021.

Explore more than 14 multi-sensory locations such as the Singapore-inspired “Dragon Playground”, a pink and yellow Banana Jungle, and the largest MOIC Sprinkle Pool ever created!

A photoshoot location for the gram, an opportunity to relive childhood memories or a temporary escape from reality. Regardless, this attraction is worth a spot in your calendar this August.

Reserve your tickets online “to a world where Americana meets Singapore nostalgia and where anything is possible”.

A single admission ticket for adults cost S$42, but you can also purchase in groups of 2 or 3 from S$40 per pax and groups of 4 or more which amounts to S$38 per pax. Kids aged 2 and below can enter for free

Location: 100 Loewen Road, Singapore 248837
Opening hours: 10am- 11pm (Closed on Tuesdays)
Admission: From S$38 for adults, free for kids aged 2 and below

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