Bus, bike or feet: here’s how to get to the Museum of Ice Cream

Photo from the Museum of Ice Cream Official Facebook page

For a few short weeks, the happiest place in Los Angeles — for me, at least — will be right here in DTLA. The Museum of Ice Cream will pop up in the Arts District from April 22 to May 29, and I am ready to celebrate ice cream. I’ve also heard stories about the “swimmable sprinkle pool,” though I will reserve judgment until I’ve had a chance to try it for myself.

The museum is supposed to be an “experiential ice cream journey” with ice cream-themed art installations and weird noms that will look great on your Instagram feed. The L.A. location is four times larger than the NYC pop-up, too. I include this fact as proof that L.A. is better. 😀

To get to the Museum of Ice Cream, take Metro Bus 18, 60, and 62 to 7th/Mateo and walk a half-block south on Santa Fe Avenue. You can also ride Metro Bike over; there’s a dock at Imperial/7th. Once you’ve docked your bike, walk one block west on 7th Street, then south on Santa Fe.

Tickets are $29 per person and include two curated ice cream tastings and surprise edible treats.

The Museum of Ice Cream will be located at 2018 East 7th Place in the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles. The museum will be closed on Tuesdays.

2 replies

  1. 29.00 a person? A little pricey in my opinion, but at least it will keep the homeless and low-lives from entering.