After months of waiting, the highly anticipated Museum of Ice Cream has finally opened its doors at Dempsey’s Loewen Road. Covering 60,000 sq ft, the outlandish pink building will feature 14 unique interactive installations as well as cafes, bars and even a retail store within its immersive space. It’s the first time that the world-famous U.S. based attraction is venturing abroad and we can easily see why it’s such a hit with the masses.
This time ’round, MOIC will be adding a touch of local flavour into the mix, and not just with its ice cream. Here, expect a Singapore-inspired dragon playground – like the ones from our childhood — as well as a slew of activities during its grand opening weekend from 19 to 22 August too! Think — MOIC’s very own Mercone, temporary National Day-themed tattoos, merchandise created in collaboration with local brands, a game of Chapteh and Five Stones and more.
And what’s not to love about these fanciful installations? They offer great photo opportunities and you’ll get to enjoy unlimited servings of ice cream while you’re at it — what more can you ask for?
If you’re curious to find out more about what the Museum of Ice Cream has in store for you, read on.