Should you go to Candytopia or should you not?
Candytopia is a Pop-up Museum & Interactive Experience founded by Jackie Serkin, CEO of amazing Candy and Dessert Bar Service: Hollywood Candy Girls. I dragged my crew to the one in Atlanta last summer, and now they will open in Miami, from November 26th until January 26th. Candytopia features incredible candy framed art and sculptures. All pieces are spectacular!
As you go room by room, it feels that you are inside the Willie Wonka Factory made for Instagram. You are offered a few pieces of candy in every room. It all starts in the lobby and they build up the excitement from there. When the doors open, you enter a room that looks like it’s made of chocolate. They give you the story behind Candytopia for a few minutes, and another set of doors opens to a room that looks like an indoor playground with giant fake lollipops. From there you go through the rainbow light tunnel, which is pretty amazing, then the gallery of candy and the Candy Tut sculpture. These are all made by amazing artists.
Other rooms are the perspective photo rooms, the candy underwater room and my favorite, the unicorn confetti room. They throw confetti on a platform that spins around as you pose for the camera on the ceiling. It’s pretty fun! The last room is the marshmallow pool. It was cool and gross at the same time. Lol! But it was fun just throwing myself in it with my daughter. My husband and son are too cool to do it. or maybe just too smart. Lol!
The tickets are on sale now on their website at www.Candytopia.com. They are $28 for adults, $20 for kids 4-12 and free for kids under 3. You must purchase on line and pick the time you will go, as they are not available at the door. This is one of the reasons why I went to Atlanta and I absolutely loved it! I recommend going if you are ok being silly and acting young. It’s definitely worth it for the little ones. Remember it will be open only from November 26th – January 26th. Will you visit Candytopia? Let me know on the comments.
Adults: $28 / Kids (4-12): $20 / Kids (3 and under): FREE Monday – Saturday: 10am – 8.30pm Sunday: 11am – 8.30pm Must purchase tickets ahead of time online as they are not available on the door.