The Museum of Ice Cream Explores the Treat's History Using Sensory

By: Misel Saban - Jul 12, 2016
References: museumoficecream & eater
New York is set to unveil a new sensory history experience for consumers to enjoy at the Museum of Ice Cream located in the Meatpacking District. The museum offers an interactive exploration into everything related to the creamy frozen dessert from rooms constructed using edible toppings to creating sundaes out of people. The avant-garde space and niche concept offers a refreshingly tactile way for consumers to find out more about the popular dessert.

The Museum of Ice Cream breaks many of the conventional rules of a museum, by allowing consumers use touch, taste and smell to explore the space. The space will offer interactive features such as a pool made of sprinkles visitors can swim in, see-saw ice cream play areas and tasting tours guided by food futurists.