One of the best rooms is the Rainbow Room, where you'll find a unicorn proudly hanging in its secret "stable." It's here you'll be swirled "unicorn ice cream dipped in magic" (read: vanilla soft serve dipped in delicious strawberry sauce). After visiting the unicorn, you might want to make your way to the pool. Ally Mode is ostensibly the lifeguard here and will let you in by unclipping the pink velvet rope. You’re shown to an oversized pool floatie on the wall and a seemingly never-ending sprinkle fountain. Kick off your shoes and other precious belongings, and then you'll be told the pool rules: no diving, no running, and don’t eat the sprinkles (which are actually made of colorful plastic). Finally, you’re let loose. It'll be difficult to explain what it feels like swimming in a giant pool of sprinkles, so don't and take an Instagram instead. In all seriousness, if you go to the Museum of Ice Cream and don't upload a pic of you sprawled in a sea of sprinkles, did you really even go?