Hangouts

These Activities Put the

'Cherry on Top' of

Your Dessert Museum Experience

by Sherry Tadeja, May 31, 2019 9:20am

Art by Dani Elevazo

Hangouts

These Activities Put the 'Cherry on Top' of Your Dessert Museum Experience

by Sherry Tadeja, May 31, 2019 9:20am
Art by Dani Elevazo
 

The Dessert Museum is the hangout for a modern museum experience that’ll surely feed your IG feed with great photos after. The museum’s 12,000 square-foot space are various rooms filled with dessert displays—giant donuts, hanging marshmallows, candy canes, colorful piñatas—and all that sweet-tooth paraphernalia.

A two-hour tour at the Dessert Museum costs 699php (online rate) or 799php (walk-in rate). And if you think that’s a hefty price considering you’re just going to amp up your feed,  check out non-pictorial things you can do at the Dessert Museum!

Eat Desserts

It would be a total bummer if Dessert Museum’s displays remain just displays. Of course, they're offering desserts for you to eat too! Get your sweet-tooth ready because you’d get to taste desserts corresponding to the room’s themes along with your tour. Savor on treats like cake pops, pancakes, marshmallows, banana splits and many more. Take note, guests are only allowed to try one dessert per room so savor every bite!

 
 
 
 
 
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Learn Dessert Facts

The Dessert Museum is a true feast for the eyes, taste buds—and your brains too! Along with the confectionary displays, visitors can read facts about the featured dessert of each room. Take it as the "nutritional brain facts" with all the sweets you will be tasting. *wink wink*

 
 
 
 
 
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Play With the Interactive Displays

Most museums don't allow touching the exhibits on display—and for a good reason. But at the Dessert Museum, you can use the exhibits as photo props as you please. Think of it as the dessert playground or the gingerbread house from our fairy tales; step into their giant gumball machine filled with balloons, swing on cake pops, or let their fortune-telling spinning cookie at Bewitched Bakery read you.

 
 
 
 
 
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Be Creatively Inspired

If you’re looking for a burst of design inspiration, or just one to be surrounded with all things pretty to keep your creative juice flowing, Dessert Museum is the inspiring place to be. The Dessert Museum’s overall aesthetic is for anyone who appreciates a world of color; it’s also hard to feel down or uninspired when you’re surrounded with bright pastels and colorful displays. If you’re in a creative rut, spending a day in this museum will have you filled with creative ideas.

 
 
 
 
 
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Buy Dessert Museum Souvenirs

If you hoped you can take home a piece of the displays around the museum, technically you can with the Dessert Museum Souvenir Store. It houses a lot of dessert-inspired merchandise. Take home a dessert museum printed pillow, donut keychains or actual sweets!

 
 
 
 
 
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Find the Elusive "Llamacorn"

There's a mini-game you can do here. One of their newest rooms the Piñata Pit encourages guests to find the elusive Llamacorn, a part llama, part unicorn blending in the sea of piñatas in the room.

 
 
 
 
 
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Book the place for special occasions

The pastel aesthetics, sugary displays, and Instagrammable spots are better shared with friends, IG jowas, or even the whole family. Dessert Museum knows this which is why they’ve come it with different packages to suit every group; they have a group package, photoshoot packages, exclusive date package, even packages for events and occasions like birthday party, gender-reveal, and Christmas parties. Check the museum's pvent packages page for more information.

 
 
 
 
 
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These activities are now more enjoyable as Dessert Museum added more sweet features into the mix aka the Confectionary Carnival! Explore four new rooms—channel your inner Alice in Wonderland at the Mad Macaron Tea Party, or dip into the Banana Beach, maybe even follow the magic baking at the Bewitched Bakery or enter Mexican-inspired party at the Piñata Pit. Now all they need is you.


The Dessert Museum is at S Maison Mall, Conrad Hotel Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City and is open from Mondays to Sundays 10 am to 10 pm. For more information, visit www.thedessertmuseum.com or follow The Dessert Museum on Facebook and Instagram.

 

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