The Museum of Pizza is the world’s first experiential pizza experience, and will feature programming ranging from large-scale, pizza-inspired immersive rooms to films, music, art, and more. There will be a pizza art gallery, cheese cave, pizza beach, pizza meditation, exclusive film screenings, and more. Drool.
“Pizza is more than a food—it’s a cultural phenomenon that transcends geography and language. With The Museum of Pizza, we’re combining our passion for storytelling and pop culture to fuel discovery, friendship, art, music, and selfies. Lots of selfies,” said Kareem Rahma, CEO of Nameless Network and Founder of The Museum of Pizza.
Tickets will be affordable too, ranging from $35 per person, with Seniors (60+) and children (3-12) accompanied by a parent or legal guardian free with valid ID, and of course subject to museum capacity. If the popularity of other food museums is any indication on how fast tickets will sell, we suggest snagging yours at themuseumofpizza.org and here.
image // Kate Owen + Nameless Network