Museum of Ice Cream finds third destination in San Francisco

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Fans of ice cream have been given the opportunity to have their wildest dreams fulfilled at the Museum of Ice Cream, which has made stops in New York and Los Angeles. Now, the frozen treat exhibit is making its way to another West Coast location.

Starting September 17 and lasting until October 30, the Museum of Ice Cream is setting up shop in San Francisco. The pop-up experience will be open daily from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. PST (every day except for Tuesdays) and will have many of the same great features as the previous incarnations.

The Museum will have ten colorful installations for visitors to explore. Among those will be an interactive candy garden, rainbow unicorns, a push-pop installation, a Pop Rocks cave, and the now-famous “Sprinkle Pool,” which is filled with over one hundred million custom designed sprinkles into which guests can dive.

Local partners will provide ice cream to visitors, serving a "scoop of the week" on a rotational basis. Those partners include California favorites Bi-Rite, Salt & Straw, CREAM, and It’s It.

Tickets go on sale Friday, August 25 at 9 a.m. PST for $38 per person. More information on the Museum of Ice Cream can be found at its website.