If you haven’t already heard the news, New York’s famous experiential Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) is making its way to our shores this August — making it the attraction’s first international location.

An artist rendering of the facade at the upcoming Museum of Ice Cream Singapore.
Image credit: Museum of Ice Cream

Situated within a ginormous 60,000 sq ft property in Dempsey, it will showcase 14 never-before-seen installations that are dedicated to the celebration and experience of enjoying ice cream.

An artist rendering of the Sprinkle Pool at the upcoming Museum of Ice Cream Singapore.
Image credit: Museum of Ice Cream
An artist rendering of the facade at the upcoming Museum of Ice Cream Singapore.
Image credit: Museum of Ice Cream

You can look forward to a fully functional, Singapore-inspired “Dragon Playground”, explore a pink and yellow jungle with 10,000 bananas, as well dive into a pool of sprinkles — the attraction’s largest one yet.

Banana Split Room at Museum of Ice Cream New York. Image credit: Museum of Ice Cream

And of course, it’s more than just a visual spectacle. There will be five unique ice cream creations that you can actually indulge in as you are guided through the 60 to 90-minute experience by talented #TeamMOIC
performers.

Ticket sales to MOIC Singapore are available in limited quantities from $38 (if you purchase a minimum of four or more tickets) to $42 for individual tickets on www.museumoficecream.sg. Guests who secure these limited, first access ticket reservations will be entitled to exclusive perks.