Stay Cool in Los Angeles: The City's Best Artisanal Ice Cream Outings

Summer in Los Angeles means three things: Twilight Concert Series, lots of beach days, and many excuses to indulge in the delicious ice cream that is available to us. If you are an ice cream aficionado, don’t miss out on these staples.

Museum of Ice Cream - Downtown LA

For those who aren’t aware, Museum of Ice Cream is a pop-up in Los Angeles that has been extended twice already due to its popularity. As you walk through different exhibit rooms, you are handed delicious samples within the theme of the room, some of which include ice cream that has been exclusively made for the museum. Some examples include mochi ice cream, candy, and the most bizarre (but still delicious) ice cream in a pink pancake.

The last, and most famous, exhibit is the Sprinkles Pool: a miniature pool filled with millions of antimicrobial sprinkle-like plastics. Laying in the Sprinkles Pool and playing with the colorful sprinkles is a sensory experience like no other. There is something deeply satisfying about feeling these millions of little plastic sprinkles make room for your body. If you can get your sticky, ice cream-covered hands on a ticket to the Museum of Ice Cream, you won’t regret it.

Jesse Lucas

Jesse Lucas is an Angeleno with a love for hiking, delicious food, and rock climbing. Jesse has two rabbits that have taken over her life - Gir and Eloise. By day, Jesse is Director of Operations at Melrose PR, a tech PR & markerting firm. In her free time, Jesse enjoys writing about a variety of topics, including food, business and travel. ...(Read More)

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