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Another Round Of Tickets To The Epically Popular Museum Of Ice Cream Go On Sale Friday
Los Angeles' wildly popular Museum of Ice Cream announced Thursday that they will be extending another round of tickets to the public, which will go on sale Friday at 9 a.m. Tickets to the ice cream experience (an eminently Instagrammable paean to sticky, sugary delights) have been sold out for several weeks.
The museum first popped up last year in New York City for a similarly hyped limited time run, and officially opened in L.A. on April 22. The L.A. incarnation, which is four times larger than the New York original, was originally only intended to last through May, but the run has already been extended once due to the extreme demand. This second round of tickets will further extend the museum's L.A. tenure through mid-August. Tickets are available here.
The Museum of Ice Cream is at 2018 E 7th Pl, Los Angeles, (888) 718-4253. Tickets are $29 for adults (13 and above), and $18 for children (age 3 to 12) and seniors (above 60).
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