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Ice Cream Museum opened in Los Angeles

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Los Angeles: Ice Cream lovers can find one of the yummiest museums in the world as Orange Country native Maryellis Bunn has opened another Ice Cream museum; this time in Los Angeles. It was first launched in New York City last summer and had a great sale in its very first week.

The museum was launched in Downtown LA on April 22, 2017, and will be exhibiting the Southland until May 29. Bunn said, “It’s not a museum in any traditional sense. I want adults to feel like kids. I want kids to come in and feel like children and it’s just fun.”

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There are rooms in the museums for the visitors to eat and smell ice-cream and related food items. It also features a room full of bananas and a swimming pool filled with sprinkles. Bunn said, “The sprinkle pool is filled with 100 million sprinkles.” The entry ticket per person costs 29$ per person– $18 for children and senior citizens.

There is plenty of ice-cream to eat and to see as there’s ice-cream on walls, faces and on a shoe too. The museum is one of the tastiest museums in the world, no doubt.