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Posted on: 18 Jul 2017

The Museum of Ice Cream has opened in L.A. and it has caused a serious stir in the city!

Fully booked-up until the end of the summer, The Museum of Ice Cream has taken Instagram by storm and instantaneously became THE place to be seen in Los Angeles. From Beyoncé with Blue Ivy, Kim K with North and Saint to Apple Martin’s 13th birthday party, the museum has already hosted the hottest celebrities from across the globe.

The Museum of Ice Cream is swiftly becoming the most ‘instagrammable’ locations in the world, with over 26,000 hashtags since it opened at the end of April. Located in L.A.’s up-and-coming neighbourhood, the Arts District, the museum is in the heart of the city’s coolest cultural hub.

For more information on places to visit in Los Angeles visit Discover Los Angeles at www.discoverlosangeles.com

Summer dine L.A. begins

From 14-28 July “Summer road trip,” is this season’s dineL.A. theme with over 300 restaurants participating. Tying into the road trip theme, Gary Baseman, award-winning illustrator of ABC/Disney’s cartoon series Teacher’s Pet and Nickelodeon’s KaBlam!, has designed a map featuring iconic Los Angeles landmarks and restaurants that will be included in the dineL.A. city guide. dine.L.A. are also partnering with California Avocado Commission for a second season, with a host of chefs participating by creating avocado-centric dishes:  

Akasha Richmond – AR Cucina
Chandra Gilbert – Gracias Madre
David Lefevre – Fishing with Dynamite
Josiah Citrin – Charcoal Venice
Neal Fraser – redbird
Nick Erven – Erven
Ted Hopson – The Bellwether

Coming soon:Universal Studios Hollywood announces an all-new attraction, DreamWorks Theatre

Opening in 2018, the newly designed venue will play host to a variety of action-packed DreamWorks Animation themed attractions beginning with the multi-sensory adventure inspired by the global blockbuster franchise Kung Fu Panda. Hello Kitty, the beloved global pop icon created by the Japanese company Sanrio, also joins Universal Studios Hollywood in 2018