Who doesn’t like desserts? No one. It’s one of my guilty pleasures and kryptonite. From ice cream, cakes, pie, to brownies, cookies, and even donuts and mallows. But what if your favorite desserts come in big packages? Like donuts as big as your face, marshmallows in the size of your fist, and towering cotton candy trees? The Dessert Museum in Pasay City finally opened its doors to everyone who once believed that dessert parks exist.
If you once believed in the existence of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory and the witch’s house in Hansel and Gretel, visiting The Dessert Museum will fulfill your dreams with a sugar-filled experience on their eight dessert rooms spread on a 12,000-square feet museum. The one-of-a-kind museum is located in Level 1, S Maison, Seaside Boulevard, Coral Way, Pasay City.
The Dessert Museum is open from 10 AM to 10 PM with the last admission at 8 PM. Prepare for a 2-hour sugar-rush around the museum with its eight rooms: raining donuts, ten thousand marshmallows, candy cane, ice cream, never-ending bubbles, land of giant gummies, cotton candy forest, and cake pops carnival.
All museumgoers will be given 15 minutes to enjoy every room of the Dessert Museum. Museum attendants who serve as guides are in-charged of monitoring the time and ensuring that all members of the batch will move from one room to another. Enforcing a batch system and limiting the stay in each room make the museum visit more organized by not making the rooms too crowded for everyone.
The in-house guides only served as time and doorkeepers. At first, I thought that they will provide fun facts about the dessert rooms explaining its origins and everything related it. Because how will the place live up its museum spirit without the amazing facts right? However, it was also great to maximize the 15-minute time limit per room just enjoying the colorful backdrops for Instagram-worthy photos.
Though the desserts used to decorate the Dessert Museum’s themed rooms are not edible, everyone will still be rewarded with confectionaries and get six mouthwatering desserts. From marshmallows, macaroons, ice drop, cotton candy, gummy bears, and cake pops. An RFID wristband will be given to everyone and this will be your ticket in claiming your free desserts.
My personal favorite is the Candy Cane Grove room where you have the naughty or nice doors and the entire room split into blue and pink sections. There are also Instagram-worthy sections like the ball room, jump ropes, seesaw, and swing. We forgot to track our time and were left behind by our group.
Here’s our sugar-filled experience in the Dessert Museum’s eight mouthwatering dessert-themed rooms. Thanks to Ate Mei of The Classy Poor for joining me on such a fun-filled afternoon at the museum.
The Dessert Museum
Level 1, S Maison, Seaside Boulevard, Coral Way, Pasay City
Book Dessert Museum Tickets on Klook for Php640
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