There’s nothing vanilla about the Museum of Ice Cream, except maybe one of its flavors. The pop-up saccharine shrine to America’s favorite frozen dessert opened in San Francisco on Sunday. Nearly every wall is painted bright pink. Exhibit-goers can sit on, swim in, walk on and even eat the art. Selfies aren’t just tolerated — they’re encouraged. People are clamoring to nab tickets for the Museum of Ice Cream at 1 Grant Avenue. Other stops on the repository’s pop-up tour sold out within hours, including one last summer in New York City, where it was founded, and another in Los Angeles this year. The San Francisco exhibit will run Wednesdays through Mondays until Feb. 13.
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