If you're still recovering from the Museum of Ice Cream that opened last year, and the Chocolate Museum that opened last month, we're about to set you right back. Sorry?

We're not sorry. 

A bubble tea exhibit is coming to New York. Described as a "pop-up theme park for boba lovers," this is destined to be a bubbly dream come true.

The Boba Room is brought to us by Yanz Zeng and Iris Xing, both from China, and will be open at 355A Bowery from April 22nd to May 6th, and is the world's largest exhibit dedicated to bubble tea.

We're most excited about the Boba Room itself, full of 25 giant bubbles to play with, neon-art and fiberglass sculptures, and balloon artists.

And it wouldn't be a boba exhibit without, well, boba. 

Sip your way through the exhibit with bubble tea from favorite New York stores like Tea and Milk, Pa Tea, Vivi Bubble Tea, and Gong Cha. And for the ultimate boba fans, don't leave without buying custom boba swag.


Admission to the exhibit is $10 for one adult and $17 for two, open from 11am to 9pm Monday thru Friday and 11am to 10pm on Saturdays and Sundays. We're expecting it's going to sell out pretty quickly, so get your tickets ASAP.


Let's just hope it's safer than the fizzy room in Willy Wonka.

[Feature Image Courtesy Time Out NY] [via Time Out NY]