SAN FRANCISCO—Candytopia opened its doors in San Francisco bringing the newest pop-up experience to satisfy a sweet tooth to residents and tourists on September 6. The pop-up shop will remain open until November 30. Candytopia ‘s first location was in New yYrk City. will launch its first 

The 16,000 square feet establishment is located on Market Street directly across the street from the Museum of Ice Cream, and has two floors. Its mission is to create a great sensory filled experience where people can let go and have fun.

One visitor gave San Francisco News her perspective after visiting both MOIC and Candytopia.

“It was way fun! I liked it more than the Museum of Ice Cream because while there is an attendant in there they don’t ask you questions and kind of let you be and just answer questions that you have,” said Cynthia Sandoval to San Francisco News.

“Candytopia had more picture opportunity without it having to be a hassle. They had a code that you scan, take a an ariel picture like the striped one, I had loads of fun,” Sandoval added. 

The exhibit features many different rooms all uniquely themed. Once inside the Factory Entrance you will go into The Library, through the Rainbow Tunnel and Candy Wonderland, to the Art Gallery, into the WePlay Room, Under the Sea, step into the Rainbow Room, and jump into the Marshmallow pit/S.F. playground.

Many different treats are to be enjoyed throughout the exhibit, including Pixy Stix and Lindt Truffles. The rooms were created to make the visitor feel in the moment and enjoy a little time off from reality.

Tickets are available for purchase at Adult tickets are $34, ages 4-12 tickets are $26 and those 3 and under get in for free.