Museum of Ice Cream Austin in Austin, TX
11506 Century Oaks Terrace #128 • Austin, TX 78758
Come indulge in the sweetness of the world at The Museum of Ice Cream. It is fun, full of sugar, and an experience like nothing you have seen before. Swim in the Sprinkle Pool, adventure through Rainbow Tunnel, and don’t forget to explore Banana Forest. Come be a part of a museum experience where you get to play with your food. Enjoy some of the tastiest treats around while feeling like a kid again! Grab your cameras and take some sweet shots to remember this magical time.
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What is our address?
Our address is 11506 Century Oaks Terrace Suite #128 Austin, TX 78758. If you have trouble finding us, look for the pink building next to True food kitchen!
Are strollers allowed inside?
Indoor stroller parking is currently unavailable due to space and the interactive nature of the installations. We do not allow strollers inside the experience, so if you choose to bring one we will kindly ask you to leave it outside in a designated spot.
Is there parking?
Yes! There is free parking throughout The Domain. We recommend the PINK garage located just 100 yards from our courtyard nearby Century Oaks Terrace and Agave Ln.
Is the tour self-guided?
Museum of Ice Cream is now a self-paced experience allowing guests to take as much time as they would like in each exhibit. #TeamMOIC will also be there to guide you along the way for added fun, and of course to lead the special activities!
Is this an official museum?
A museum in our opinion celebrates creativity, passion, innovators, and innovations, and we created the Museum of Ice Cream in this spirit. While we are neither a non-profit nor an official museum, we are built upon the foundation of sharing and celebrating imagination.
Is the Sprinkle Pool real? How is it kept clean?
Yes! The Museum of Ice Cream designed close to one hundred million sprinkles out of antimicrobial biodegradable material to build the iconic sprinkle pool. We clean them frequently in our very own antibacterial sprinkle shower. They are not real edible sprinkles though and cannot be eaten.
How long does it take to visit Museum of Ice Cream?
Museum of Ice Cream ticketed experience is designed to take around an hour to an hour and a half. After your ticketed experience, feel free to relax at our cafe.
Do you offer coat check?
Coat check is closed. All garments, backpacks, briefcases, and bags must remain on your person and cannot be left unattended. Umbrellas must be contained within an admissibly-size bag.
Are there vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and kosher options?
We have vegan treats for our guests! We cannot wait for you to visit Museum of Ice Cream and experience the art, installations and now vegan and dairy treats. Please note that most treats are not certified gluten-free or Kosher at this time! If nuts are served, they will be labeled, but please note products may contain traces of nuts and we cannot guarantee preparation in a nut-free environment.
Is there a minimum age for children to enter on their own?
There is no age minimum. Parents are encouraged to use their own discretion and understand that they are responsible for their own children whether accompanied or not.
Do I get ice cream with my ticket?
Yes! Multiple delicious treats are included with your reservation.
Is the museum wheelchair accessible?
Are pets allowed?
Pets are not permitted at the Museum of Ice Cream. If you are accompanied by a service animal, please be aware that you will be asked to provide documentation, and you are prohibited from photographing your service companion. If you are seen breaking this rule, we will kindly ask you to exit without a refund. Pets are welcome in our courtyard café and we even sell doggy treats in our café/shop!
Is photography allowed?
Photography is allowed and encouraged! Commercial or product shoots, press interviews, media shoots, and all professional video equipment is prohibited without advance approval and accompaniment from a Museum of Ice Cream representative.