Looking for a way to cool down and beat the Florida heat? What better way than with ice cream?
In this week's Florida on a Tankful, we checked out a spot where you’ll certainly be screaming for ice cream.
- Museum of Ice Cream Miami shows off ice cream art
- Has multiple rooms with different themes, designs
- Exhibit travels around country: visit site for extended dates, locations
If you have a sweet tooth or just a curiosity for everything colorful, this is the spot for you.
“It’s just fun, you get to interact with new people take amazing pictures. Every floor is so different," said Noelys Mendez.
Four floors take you on a color journey through ice cream art. It's a true gem for anyone looking for some amazing photos.
“The whole idea behind the museum is based around dreams and art, and bringing everything together so we can create this fun creative atmosphere and take people away from the outside world," said Emma Monk, the manager of the Museum of Ice Cream Miami.
The traveling exhibit, first stationed in New York City, boasts multiple rooms with different themes and designs.
Taking you through their ice cream jungle, on to the giant cherry swing, and all the way down to their most popular room -- the sprinkle pool!
You’ll get to try some ice cream along the way as well. Each floor has different flavors and some that are key to Miami, like key lime pie.
So cool off with some ice cream and dive in to the fun at this hands-on museum in Miami Beach.
“It’s just so cute, and the ice cream is delicious," Mendez said, "I loved it."
Tickets for all ages are $38 dollars Children under 3 get in for free.
Due to its popularity the exhibit travels around the country, for now it’s stationed in Miami Beach. But for extended dates and new locations check out their website.