LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Nothing says summer like ice cream, and for much of the summer folks in Los Angeles can visit a museum dedicated to the tasty treat.
The world of ice cream and art colliding at a tasty new exhibit opening in California. It's called the 'Museum of Ice Cream.'
Creators encourage visitors to taste, sniff, and play in the interactive exhibits. The museum features a banana split room with ten thousand hanging bananas, scratch and sniff wall paper, enormous frozen treats and even a pool of sprinkles.
Ice cream lovers will get a chance to sample treats from local California creameries and other innovative new desserts.
"It's not a traditional museum experience," said co-founder Manish Vora. "You're not just going here and looking at installations. You're of course tasting, and tasting many different things."
The Museum of Ice Cream is open through early July. Tickets are 29-dollars.
If you are not going to be in Los Angeles, creators are hoping to open up shop in other U.S. cities, and even go international by 2018.