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i wanted to see the museum of ice cream and it ended up being something else "cheat day". this museum is no longer there. they moved it ended up being different price. staff was unfriendly. only great thing about this place was the monster coffee....More
My family and I just had to see what the hype was all about that we had seen through social media and scored tickets for a Wednesday afternoon...
Parking was 6.00 per vehicle and very fast and efficient.
So now, youre here in front of...More
If Willy Wonka and a unicorn had a love child it would be the museum of ice cream. Wouldn’t change a thing — well— maybe some more time in the sprinkle pool... yes. A sprinkle pool. Not a typo. Treats. Ice cream. Sprinkle pool. Mic...More
As a mom I'm constantly trying to come up with new experiences to introduce my 9 yr old twins to. I have been seeing Instagram posts about the MOIC so when I heard tickets were available for an extension at the LA location I knew...More
This was a unique and fun way to kill an hour or so. In almost every room you go through they give you some kind of treat. The cotton candy pop rock ice cream in the first room was literally the best ice cream I’ve...More
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