A locally inspired Dragon Playground, a striking jungle attraction and the largest MOIC sprinkle pool to be ever created

You may have already heard that the world-famous Museum of Ice Cream will be bringing its sold-out, interactive museum experience to Singapore, but do you know what to expect when the attraction actually arrives in August?

For starters, the Museum of Ice Cream will require tickets (from $38/pax) when it opens its local doors at Dempsey. Advanced reservations will be available in limited quantities from today onwards.
 


Artist rendering of Museum of Ice Cream Singapore
 

Expect to step into a lush, 60,000 sq ft property boasting 14 never-before-seen installations dedicated to the beloved dessert and the joys of savouring ice cream.

MOIC announced that visitors will be able to find a fully functional, Singapore-inspired Dragon Playground, sure to evoke fond childhood memories. Then, be immersed in a vibrant pink and yellow jungle attraction displaying over 10,000 bananas. Yes, bananas.
 


Artist rendering of Museum of Ice Cream Singapore
 

It has also been said that the largest MOIC sprinkle pool ever to be created will be constructed here, for guests to revel and bask in the whimsical exhibit.

Finally, look forward to trying up to five unique ice cream treats as museum-goers are guided through the 60- to 90-minute experience by talented #TeamMOIC performers.
 


Sprinkle Pool at Museum of Ice Cream New York
 

Frequented by hundreds of celebrities in its US-based pop-ups, the opening of the museum in Singapore will mark the first time the exhibition finds an international location. So don’t miss out on the opportunity to be one of the first to enter the exclusive exhibition and grab your tickets here.


More information available here. All images courtesy of Museum of Ice Cream.