April 21 (UPI) -- Los Angeles residents and visitors seeking to take in some sweet-toothed culture have a new destination: The Museum of Ice Cream.
The Museum of Ice Cream, which opened temporarily last summer in New York City, expanded to four times its size and moved across the country for this year's exhibition in Los Angeles' Arts District.
The museum features 10 exhibits and each room features the smells and tastes associated with ice cream and adjacent desserts.
"It's not a museum in any traditional sense," Bunn told KABC-TV. "I want adults to feel like kids. I want kids to come in and feel like children and it's just fun."
The museum features a room filled with bananas and a pool filled with sprinkles.
The $29 price of admission -- $18 for children and seniors -- includes two curated ice cream tastings as well as other sugary edibles.
The museum opens its doors Saturday and will remain until May 29.