Last Updated: April 11, 2021
Travel restrictions might still be in place, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that there’s nothing to keep us entertained in our very own sunny Singapore. As many of you might have heard—well, it has been announced by literally every single news outlet out there—in an attempt to boost Singapore’s tourism recovery, Singapore Tourism Board has announced three new attractions slated to open in the coming months ahead. And to many Singaporeans, one of the most anticipated openings is the Museum of Ice Cream—the world-famous U.S.-based experiential museum dedicated to our favourite icy treat.
You probably know that the Museum of Ice Cream Singapore will be located in Dempsey, and you probably also have knowledge that doors will open to the public in August 2021. Other than that, what additional information do you have? We might be late to the game; however, I’m pretty sure we are the only news outlet with all the first-hand information you will need for a successful booking to the Museum of Ice Cream. So, read on.
Making its virgin debut abroad, the museum will be housed within a lush 60,000 square foot property of Dempsey. Featuring 14 never-before-seen installations dedicated to the celebration and enjoyment of ice cream, expect to be transported to the land of sweets the moment you step into the museum.
The iconic sprinkle pool and a pink and yellow jungle with 10,000 bananas aside, Singapore’s Museum of Ice Cream is a truly local experience that distinguishes itself from its American counterpart with a fully functional, Singapore-inspired dragon playground—an icon that we are all familiar with.
How can we not have a cup of ice cream here at a museum dedicated to this addictive sweet treat? After a fun-filled day of photo-taking, don’t forget to join the guided 60- to 90-minute experience, where you will be able to enjoy five unique ice cream that is guaranteed to beat the heat!.
Priced at S$38, ticket reservations for first access to visit the Museum of Ice cream Singapore begins today, 12 April 2021, at 10am. With limited quantities going on sale for the opening month of August, bookings are on a first-come, first-serve basis. So hurry, head to the website and get yourself and your loved ones a spot to visit this gorgeous attraction and the bragging rights to show off all the wonders at the Museum of Ice Cream Singapore through all your social media platforms!
Date & time: Ticket reservation available online from 12 April 2021 at 10am
Price: S$38 per ticket
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