Museum of Ice Cream Singapore to Open in Dempsey in August 2021, Limited Early Access Tickets Available
The highly Instagrammable Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) will welcome visitors in Singapore come August 2021.
The US-based attraction is famous for its millennial-friendly interactive experiences and has attracted legions of fans including celebrities such as the Kardashians, Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, David Beckham and more. Their Singapore outpost will be its first location outside of the US.
It will be open to the public in August within the lush Dempsey area, featuring 14 never-before-seen installations dedicated to “the celebration and experience of enjoying ice cream”.
Ticket sales to MOIC Singapore will be released in limited quantities at 10am today on its official website. Guests who secure these early-access ticket reservations will be entitled to exclusive perks as well.
Among the installations that guests can experience are a fully functional, Singapore-inspired “Dragon Playground”, a pink and yellow jungle with 10,000 bananas and of course, the iconic Museum of Ice Cream sprinkle pool—except it is the largest pool that they’ve ever created.
What’s an experience at the museum without actually enjoying the sweet treat? Visitors will be given five unique ice cream treats as they are guided through the 60 to 90-minute experience at the 60,000 square foot property.
Tickets are expected to sell out very quickly with a growing waitlist, so fastest fingers first!