The NYC pop-up will feature installations, performances and ice-cold treats

This summer, an ice cream museum will pop-up in New York City's Meatpacking District. The interactive playground will be a maze-like structure featuring art, installation and performances, including a life-sized swimming pool filled with (non-edible) rainbow sprinkles and an ice cream scooper seesaw for couples. There will also be the chance for visitors to match with their favorite flavor in Tinder Land sponsored by the dating app.

Guests will also be able to sample rare flavored ice cream from the imagination of food scientist, Dr. Irwin Adam. A different New York ice cream shop will bring the custom flavor to life each week. The museum will open on 100 Gansevoort St. Tickets will cost $18 for one and $30 for couples.

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