Los Angeles | Visiting Museum of Ice Cream With Toddlers
A few months ago photos of a pool filled with sprinkles showed up on my Facebook feed and it seemed like a what dreams look like in real life so I had to click. Next thing I know I was trying to convince my friends to join me on a Museum of Ice Cream in LA visit and make a play/ photoshoot date with the kids. Here in this post I will share our museum experience with 3 toddlers and give some tips and insights for visiting this interactive and pop-up museum with kids.
- We also made sure kids get some nap before the museum visit since it can be pretty overwhelming.
- Also I highly recommend a camera that can shoot in .RAW format since the rooms in museum cast lots of different colors and confuse cameras color settings, which leaves you with weird colored photos.
street parking is available but limited to 1 hour.
Museum offers valet parking for $6.
There is also a parking lot on 660 Mateo Street, which is $4 for 2 hours.
- There is a waiting/ play area right next to the building. We arrived there 20 minutes before our scheduled time slot and our kids loved playing in there. A few minutes before our appointment a bright and cheery staff comes and let's everyone know that its time to line up.
This is also the time everyone starts to lose their mind with excitement.
When you enter the museum a pastel pink wall decorated with assortments and candies welcomes you. this room has a gorgeous natural light so make sure you utilize this light and the amazing backdrop.
Pink Pay Phone Room:
Gummy Bear Room:
Exit through the gift shop: