Is This the Most Instagrammable Spot in San Francisco?

Selfie-centric spots like San Francisco's Museum of Ice Cream have taken the museum experience down a very social media road. See some of the iconic sights (a sprinkle swimming pool! Ice cream samples!) you will want to snap when you visit.

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Photo By: Museum of Ice Cream

Photo By: Museum of Ice Cream

Photo By: Museum of Ice Cream

Photo By: Museum of Ice Cream

Photo By: Museum of Ice Cream

Treat Time

San Francisco's Museum of Ice Cream grew out of founder Maryellis Bunn's childhood desire to jump into a pool of ice cream sprinkles. At this very photogenic location, you can do just that, along with binge on ice cream, experience limited-run exhibitions and take plenty of photos bathed in the spot's pink glow and wacky design.

An Ice Cream Dream

Museum of Ice Cream founder Maryellis Bunn started her museum in 2016 as a pop-up and soon had a wait list 200,000 long. But now her pop up dream has a permanent location. Included in the $38 per person ($29 for groups of 10 or more, so grab your besties) admission price are ice cream tastings and treats.

Millennial Pink

Stars from Beyoncé to David Beckham have visited the Museum of Ice Cream where the uber-pink Cafe 1905C beckons with its gloriously on-trend color scheme.

Entertainment for a New Era

The Museum of Ice Cream joins other experiential, Instagrammable spots like Manhattan's Rosé Mansion and the Candytopia phenomenon, in combining shopping and entertainment and photo ops all in one.

Sprinkle Paradise

Experience the world's largest sprinkle pool at San Francisco's Museum of Ice Cream.

In the Pink

Get your treat on at Cafe 1905C, named for a yummy Pantone shade of pink and open to the public (so no museum ticket needed). At Cafe 1905C you can indulge in handcrafted ice cream flavors including Churro Churro, Nana Banana and Malt Shake, craft milkshakes, pink macha latte, Unicorn Tears tea and other Instagrammable deliciousness.

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