Italy welcomes the very first gelato museum located in the town of Anzola Dell'Emilia.
The frozen desert archive was built by a popular gelato machine-making company called the Carpigiani Group. Like most museums, this one focuses on the brewing history behind the refreshing ice-cream treat. Guests are able to go into the Gelato museum free-of-charge and get a history lesson on how the treat was originally just for aristocratic families because they were the only ones who could afford the ice and salt.
They can view the Italian ice cream-making machines and enjoy a complimentary tasting at the end of an hour-long tour. If they choose to pay money, they may taste all of the featured gelato flavors in the building and learn how to whip up their very own savory cold treat.