A temporary and fluid museum, like ice cream. That will not melt but will only be open from December 13 until mid-January.
It is the Miami Beach Ice Cream Museum, which like the one in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles promises to be a fiesta of colors, flavors and imagination.
A four-floor art deco building in Miami Beach, at 3400 Collins Avenue, will become the land of ice cream, where visitors will be welcomed by interactive productions of cornets, cones, sprinkles of color, sugar balls: provocative sweets that suggest the immersion in a hyper sweet world.
“One of the world’s most creative foods.” This is how one of the founders of the museum, Manish Vora, describes it and for whom ice cream represents families, children, adults, couples on a date, millennials, much more than a sweet thing.
It isn’t a museum for children or a shop for adults. It’s everything at the same time.
Vora affirmed that you can simply walk around and see the art, you can do it, but for that there are millions of museums that are fantastic. In this one they want the ice cream’s creative energy to inspire people and that they create and imagine things.