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NYC Will Have It’s Very Own Candy Museum This Summer

A real-life ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’!

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A Candy Museum is landing in New York this summer. 

The candy museum is a project undertaken by a restaurant and candy chain Sugar Factory. This sweet haven is endorsed by a variety of celebrities including Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. Even Harry Potter star Rupert Grint has been seen snacking on their sweet treats.

According to Eater, there will be over fifteen experimental rooms themed on different types of delicious desserts. From candy to after-dinner treats, the candy museum will contain details on the history of all things unhealthily-delicious.

sweet pattern food produce colorful dessert teddy bear eating jelly sugar sweets wallpaper candy sweetness rubber sour confectionery the background flavor candied fruit jelly beans gummi candy wine gum gumdrop

Some genius creations will include the worlds largest gummy bear in the shape of a unicorn, confectionary artwork and a Sugar Factory shop.

The real-life ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ is set to cover 30,000 square feet and will be based in Chelsea on Sixth Avenue and West 20th Street. It will cost $15 to $20 for entry.

Lets hope nobody turns into a giant blueberry and falls into a chocolate lake though…

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