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Satisfy your sweet (and boozy) tooth at Museum of Ice Cream's 'Adults Only' Affair

Indulge in fancy tipples while feeling the spark between your lover through a series of games.

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Izza Sofia

Here’s the sweet scoop: Museum of Ice Cream Singapore is holding a Night at the Museum series just in time for Valentine’s Day. While its daytime experience remains family-friendly where you get to explore its imaginative and multi-sensory Instagrammable installations, the latest adults-only event promises memorable activities that are sure to put a smile on your face.

The launch of the new experience aims to deepen on-site interactions between friends and couples through play. Walk through the pink doors of the museum and try out the new activity called Cone-nection Cube. It features a series of intimate quests for partners and best friends to complete, leading them to open up to one another, connect and create memories together. Upon completion, guests will be treated to celebratory sprinkle shots at the alfresco bar located right outside the Museum of Ice Cream. At the Scream’s Diner, tipplers can anticipate a welcome drink of floral Hendrick’s Lunar Gin cocktail or mocktail, while lounging to nostalgic beats playing on a jukebox. Expect a series of other innovative card games that encourage deeper interactions via storytelling.

After the fun-loving activities, you can hang out at the alfresco bar that boasts quirky lounge chairs, pink palm trees, and plenty of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, pretty much inspired by an Instagrammable beach club. Knock yourself out with more ice cream and alcohol, before picking up a selection of gifts from the public retail shop.

The Night at the Museum experience will be open to the public in February, Thursday to Sunday. Tickets start at $48 per person. Available at MOIC’S official site, the ticket comes with a complimentary Hendrick’s Lunar Gin cocktail and unlimited sweet treats.

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