A Museum About Something Everyone Loves


First of all, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I hope you all had a wonderful holidays filled with joy, laughter, and food.

Have any of you heard of a museum that serves food at about every exhibit? Well after reading this, you will have. About 3 weeks ago, when I had my first day off of school, my family and I went to the Ice Cream Museum in downtown San Francisco. I have to tell you, it was nothing like I expected. I thought that it would be more of a “history” museum with like a bajillion facts about the topic, but I was far from correct. This place was both interactive and energetic.

I want to first say that the staff at the ice cream museum were probably the happiest people in the world. Whenever new people came into their exhibit, the people were like “What’s up guys, come on in!” with the biggest smile on their face. I guess it kind of reflects the food they were trying to “teach” us about.

Anyways, at every station, there were a few facts on the wall about ice cream. I learned that Obama’s first job was at Baskin Robins and the average American eats around 48 pints of ice cream a year. Crazy!

There were about 8 different rooms each with something different and unique to try out. We tasted mochi ice cream, wolfed down cotton candy, and even jumped into a SPRINKLE pool! It was so fun. It seemed more like a playground than a museum actually. I now see why there is such a long line to enter each day. This place was amazing. Almost everything was pink themed and that made it even more crazy. I highly recommend you to try this out next time you head to San Francisco, because it’s really one of the best attractions around there relating to food. After all, it’s a museum about something everyone loves!


Us in the “hard rock candy” cave
My sister, cousin, and I enjoying cotton candy
Us in the “gummy garden” taking a group picture
We wrote all of our names on the letter wall

These next photos show what we ate for dinner Christmas Day.

Delicious cheese and mango chutney pastry dish
Yummy toppings for the baked potato
Flavorful creamed spinach
My NEW favorite. Grilled romains with cheese and dressing
The baked potatoes
The yummiest salad ever featuring prime rib and grilled romaine

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Hitesh says:

    Nice! I can’t wait to go there.


  2. Eric says:

    Let’s find a coffee museum next brah!


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