For a limited of time, visit New York’s Museum of Ice Cream.

By Madison Alcedo
July 12, 2016

July is National Ice Cream Month, and if you haven’t celebrated with your favorite flavor yet, you might want to head to the Meatpacking District in New York City—where you can soon visit the Museum of Ice Cream.

The “museum” will be set up like an ice cream-themed maze with different artists’ work on display. You can choose to go through a room made entirely of chocolate, ride on an ice cream scoop seesaw, interact with edible balloons, and, yes, swim in a pool of rainbow sprinkles (sort of). The sprinkles aren’t real, but they look exactly like the sundae toppings, according to Eater.

Take a look at a sneak peek below:

The pop-up museum will only be open from July 29 to August 31, so be sure to reserve your tickets beforehand. Visitors will be able to enjoy ice cream tastings from various New York vendors, including Black Tap and OddFellows Ice Cream Co, which is included in the ticket price. Tickets cost $18 each, or $30 for two. You can purchase them on the museum’s website.  

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