Meet the New LA’s Ice Cream Museum ⇒ Museum of Ice Cream transforms concepts and dreams into spaces that provoke imagination and creativity. MOIC is designed to be a culturally inclusive environment and community, inspiring human connection and through the universal power of ice cream. Museum of Ice Cream is a Figure8 brand.
The first Museum of Ice Cream took place from July to August 2016 in a 5,000-square-foot space in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. It sold out in three days after the initial press release was sent out. Smelling the sweet aroma of success, the dynamic duo behind the Museum of Ice Cream next set their sights on Los Angeles.
The favourite and most photographed exhibit, the sprinkle pool, is here, but there are also additional rooms and delights. The museum’s artistically re-imagined installations showcase many of our sweet tooth’s favourite treats on an epic scale and in full immersive style.
Located blocks from Union Square and right off of Market St., the San Francisco Museum of Ice Cream is easy to get to on foot from any point in downtown San Francisco, especially since it’s just steps from both the Powell St. and Montgomery St. BART and Muni stations. Street parking is tight in the area but there are several hourly garages within a block or two of the museum.
With the shape of an owl, the Hoot Stool represents the spirit of nature. Made with fibreglass and resin, this stool turns every kids bedroom into a space full of personality and will help children to connect with nature. With a touch of faux fur in the top, this stool will add style and texture to your project design, making it perfect for every nature lover.