It’s just a natural response when bounding into a pool filled with a hundred million sprinkles at Downtown’s Museum of Ice Cream.
It’s a fairly batshit good time by way of Manhattan wrapped up in a temporary Arts District exhibition that’s all about frozen delights. Tickets will be available Monday at 9am for the April 22 debut.
Last summer in New York, this thing sold out in five days, and 200,000 people were waitlisted. Needless to say, you’ll want to grab those tickets early, because this one will be four times bigger.
Plus, future generations may want to hear about that pool of sprinkles you once did the backstroke in. And see Instagram evidence of you and your friends mugging over a 10,000-banana-strong banana split and frolicking around in a melted popsicle jungle.
You’ll have your way with those installations and seven other ones scattered amongst assorted ice-cream-themed art, the air heady with expressly developed ice-cream-y scents. Your ticket also includes tastings of things like mochi and a scoop of the week made by different locals like Cream, McConnell’s and Coolhaus.
Since you might possibly find yourself in the mood for ice cream.