Get ready to scream. Loudly.

Although it's amazing anytime of year, summer means ice cream. Throughout the day we have one thought that echoes in our head: "Can I have some ice cream?" 

Whether it's when we wake up to a brutal 88 degree morning, or about to go to bed with the AC blasting, we always want some ice cream. So, this summer ice cream is being celebrated, more so being honored, with a museum that is simply delicious.

The Museum of Ice Cream is a month-long museum dedicated to taste-testing, delicious art and a swimming pool filled with, unfortunately, non-edible sprinkles.

We've talked about this mind-blowing museum before, but now we really can't wait.

In addition to swimming with the sprinkles, you'll be able to ride an ice cream sandwich swing, and feel like you've won a golden ticket while bouncing up and down on an ice cream scooper see-saw.

Each week there will be different ice cream to sample from great New York City places, like Black Tap and OddFellows. Here's hoping they get some Kanye Ice Cream to cool us all down from this crazy feud that's going on.

For opening day, July 29th, if you get there between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., you might get in for free! This might be one of your few chances, cause it looks like tickets are all sold out. You can find out more about tickets here.

The museum is open from July 29th through August 31st. The only day it's not open is Tuesdays. 


Monday has the same schedule as Wednesday through Saturday, where the museum will be open from 11 a.m. til 9 p.m. Sunday the museum will be open from 11 a.m. til 8 p.m.

You find the Museum of Ice Cream at 100 Gansevoort Street which is in the Meatpacking District.


So, didn't celebrate National Ice Cream Day this year? Firstly, what is wrong with you? Secondly, now you have to make up for it by going to this celebration of all things ice cream.

Check out Your Guide to National Ice Cream Day 2016 in & Around NYC.

[via TimeOut] [Feature Image Courtesy Urbanologie]