Museum of Ice Cream: MIAMI

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After watching countless YouTube videos from some of my favorite content creators, I decided that I would make it my goal to visit a Museum of Ice Cream location someday. At the time I first heard about this, there were only two locations: Los Angeles and San Francisco.

I don’t know about all of you, but I did and still do not have the means to just plan a trip to sunny California out of seemingly nowhere. Luckily towards the end of last year, the franchise announced that it would be opening a new location in (more conveniently for me) Miami.

I knew that it was practically my civic duty as a blogger, content creator and lover of dessert in general (despite my lactose intolerance) to snag some tickets and experience this place for myself. I’m just glad that I got to visit with Casey, one of my closest friends.

To the extent of my knowledge, there are no more available time slots to visit the Miami location (LA and San Francisco have been sold out for months, according to the museum’s Instagram page), but feel free to check their website just in case if I’m wrong and any more slots open up.

I will have to say that my favorite room of the venue that offered tastings definitely had to be the key lime room, where the MOIC staff served- you guessed it, key lime pie ice cream.

Sadly, I did not snap any photos of that room other than the giant popsicle wall, but I do hope that you take a moment to look through the slideshow below at the different rooms Casey and I went into.

As always, I hope you all have a wonderful week and I’ll see you in the comments!

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