For the last two weeks, this city's hottest ticket has been The Museum of Ice Cream, a pop-up shop in the Meatpacking District that promises the chance to snap a selfie while floating on a sea of sprinkles, riding a metal scoop see-saw, or nibbling on an edible helium balloon. Except it doesn't promise that—or anything else. The $18 entry tickets for this IRL Willy Wonka fest sold out maddeningly fast, leaving the vast majority of us to merely watch as the hashtagged in-crowd feasted on sweets and racked up double taps.

But hope has returned! The #MOIC will release a limited amount of additional tickets this week, and all you've got to do is subscribe to their newsletter (and then refresh Gmail like mad)! The Museum will email subscribers to let them know when tickets are officially back on the market.

People are currently selling tickets for $100 on Craigslist, if you prefer to throw extra money at the problem.

Gothamist contributor Scott Lynch had the chance to tour the Museum shortly after it opened, and reported that it's only a "museum" in the loosest sense of the word. "The Sprinkle Pool, disappointingly filled with tiny plastic beads and not actual food, feels interesting on your feet for a minute or so and will definitely look great in your Snaps and Boomerangs," Lynch noted. "More real ice cream can be had at the Miracle Berry installation, where they give you one of those tablets that mess with your taste buds, changing sour to sweet, and then you eat a lemon sticking out from a bright pink swirl of soft serve."

The Museum of Ice Cream is located at 100 Gansevoort Street across the street from the Whitney // Open 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday (closed Tuesday); 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday // Website