Skip to contents
Downtown

Museum Of Ice Cream Opening On Mag Mile — And It’ll Have A ‘Sprinkle Pool’

The "museum" will feature 14 sweet-themed installations, including a "sprinkle pool" and putt putt, as well as historical ice cream memorabilia, shops, a cafe and a bar.

The Museum of Ice Cream will open a location with a "sprinkle pool" this summer at 435 N. Michigan Ave.
Provided
  • Credibility:

CHICAGO — The Museum of Ice Cream will open a location on the Mag Mile next summer.

The “museum” will feature 14 sweet-themed installations, including a “sprinkle pool,” as well as historical ice cream memorabilia, shops, a cafe and a bar, according to a news release. There will be 60- to 90-minute tours where guests get five ice cream treats.

The museum will take up more than 13,500 square feet at The Shops at Tribune Tower, 435 N. Michigan Ave.

The museum’s themed offerings including the Sprink-L, where people will go through an “L”-inspired room dubbed the “Pink Line” to get inside the bar. There will also be putt putt themed around giant desserts.

The museum isn’t set to open until next year, but reservations will start becoming available ahead of the opening. People who want to attend can sign up online for the museum’s wait list.

Subscribe to Block Club Chicago, an independent, 501(c)(3), journalist-run newsroom. Every dime we make funds reporting from Chicago’s neighborhoods.

Already subscribe? Click here to support Block Club with a tax-deductible donation. 

Listen to “It’s All Good: A Block Club Chicago Podcast” here: