Friends, Romans, pepperoni lovers, lend us your ears: A pizza museum is coming to New York City this fall. (On a separate note, if you live in New York City, we’d like to crash on your couch this fall.)
The Museum of Pizza is the brainchild of Nameless Network, the same company that brought us the Museum of Ice Cream. According to the company, it’s the world’s first and only immersive art experience celebrating pizza. (Unless you count that time we ate an entire extra-large Hawaiian while sobbing and watching Titanic.)
From October 13 through 28, museumgoers will be able to visit the pizza pop-up and bask in “multi-sensory, psychedelic pizza joy.” Highlights include a Museum of Pizza artists’ gallery; a pizza cave, pizza fun house and pizza beach; and an interactive “history of pizza” exhibit, among other pizza-centric activities that have yet to be announced. Pizza beach? Yep, that’s good enough for us.
Presale tickets are $35 and available now (and a portion of the proceeds will help provide meals to those in need). And in case you’re wondering, yes, admission comes with a slice of pizza.