Museum of Ice Cream tickets on sale prior to August opening

One of the Museum of Ice Cream’s “sprinkle pools.” Photo: MOIC
One of the Museum of Ice Cream’s “sprinkle pools.” Photo: MOIC

Singaporeans love ice cream so much that they snapped up all the tickets for the Museum of Ice Cream’s first three weekends. 

The New York-imported attraction released tickets today for slots in September after announcing its opening weekends had sold out within 48 hours of going on sale earlier this month. Some August weekdays are still available.  

The Dempsey museum, which will include 14 ice cream-themed installations, will be open daily except for Tuesday. Tickets can be purchased online for S$42 per person or S$40 each for a two or three. It goes down to S$38 per person for groups of four or more. Entrance is free for those 2 and under.

Other than colorful sprinkle pools, rainbow tunnels, and rooms with bananas hanging from the ceiling to take photos with, those visiting the museum Aug. 13 onward can also check out its cafe and merch shop. 


Museum of Ice Cream
100 Loewen Road, Dempsey
10am-11pm daily except Tuesday

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