The museum features a series of 10 installation rooms devoted to all things ice cream.
“Every room has either something you can eat, smell or touch,” museum co-founder Maryellis Bunn told NPR.
There's even a room full of bananas which is just a short walk from the swimming pool full of sprinkles.
Bunn came up with the idea for a pop-up Museum of Ice Cream and opened one last summer in New York City.
"It's not a museum in any traditional sense," Bunn explains. "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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