Museum of Ice Cream

May 28, 2017

Editor’s note: The Museum of Ice Cream has extended its stay in Los Angeles until October 2017. Tickets go on sale June 22 at 9 a.m., and they will sell out fast. For complete info, click the link below: 

Welcome to the Museum of Ice Cream.

“A place where flavors are mysteries, toppings are toys, and sprinkles make the world a better place.”

The Los Angeles Museum of Ice Cream (a temporary installation) is sold out during its run through August 15, but there are rumors about an extended stay. Sign up for ICM’s newsletter here to learn of available tickets and future locations.

The Ice Cream Museum the brainchild of 25-year-old Maryellis Bunn who began ICM because she felt there was nothing new in New York City and nothing new to do (as told to Susan Adams at

Thanks to Nikki Parrish, we have photos of an Ice Cream Museum experience. Enjoy.



Museum of Ice Cream 
2018 E. 7th Place, LA 90021
Hours: Wednesday-Monday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Cost: $29, age 13+; $18, age 3-12 and 60+










Thank you, Nikki Parrish!


Editor’s note: We first met Nikki when she was organizing the Muir Ranch Farm-to-Table Suppers and then when she found a trio of kittens in her backyard bushes and our girl chose Professor Finneus James Lupin to come join our family. Now Nikki is working at “Sustainable LA Grand Challenge,” one of the UCLA Grand Challenges, committed to solving specific societal problems.

This new approach involves building a team, creating partnerships across sectors, facilitating collaboration, soliciting new perspectives, producing transformational work, and evaluating and reporting on progress. Each Grand Challenge serves to align the creativity and talents of many around one ambitious goal.

The Sustainable LA Grand Challenge is focused on transitioning Los Angeles to 100% renewable energy, 100% locally sourced water and enhanced ecosystem health by 2050, starting with an implementation plan that will be delivered by 2020. In achieving these goals, we will make the region a model for the whole world.
—Think Grand, UCLA Grand Challenges

Sustainable LA



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