Add an extra sprinkle of joy to your holiday season at the Museum of Ice Cream’s annual Pinkmas celebration. Visitors can now explore over 13,000 square feet of interactive exhibits including an enchanting tree forest and a towering snow globe or take part in festive arts and crafts like a make-your-own gingerbread house.
Sample plenty of seasonal flavors and get in the holiday spirit with a bevy of scrumptious treats at MOCI’s holiday wonderland. Start your journey off with a cup of pink hot chocolate, before heading to festive gingerbread town, and later, immerse yourself in the holiday feeling with a trip to the larger-than-life snow globe.
It’s all about embracing imagination and wonder as visitors feast on unlimited ice cream like peppermint soft serve, chocolate chip cookie bites, bright red cotton candy, and so much more. Don’t miss out on the giant red and pink sprinkle pool, either. Wash your stress away with a dip in the sugar-coated extravaganza.
Stay warm with seasonal sips and treats from the cafe, like a gingerbread milkshake, mulled apple cider, and more. It’s the perfect place for a family-friendly weekend outing, or sign up with a group of friends for a legen-dairy day.
The museum is open Thursday through Monday with tickets going for $25 on weekdays and $33 on weekends. Admission is free for kids two and below. Reserve tickets here.
The Museum of Ice Cream’s Pinkmas celebrations began on November 17th and will run through January 9, 2023.
Address: 435 Michigan Ave Suite G, Chicago, IL 60611
[Featured photo via: Museum of Ice Cream x Ryan Neeven x Six 4 Creative]