Stressed spelled backwards is desserts… So it’s only fitting to de-stress, have fun, and let loose inside the sweetest spot in town–The Dessert Museum! With 8 dreamy zones, you’ll get the chance to pose with your favorite treats, discover fun facts about many different types of desserts, take amazing shots that are bound to get all the likes, and satisfy your sweet tooth with the museum’s surprises in store–from mini donuts, to super cute cake pops, and more!
You’ll have a blast navigating through the Marshmallow Room, Donut Room, Gummy Room, Banana Beach, Bewitched Bakery, Cakepops Carnival, Macaron Tea Party, and Piñata Pit. Coming here will not only keep you smiling the whole time as you fulfill your sweet tooth dreams, it will also give you the best backdrops for the prettiest social media posts ever!
Satisfy your sweet tooth in the most fun and creative way. The Dessert Museum in Manila, Philippines is not your ordinary museum that’s filled with ancient artifacts or paintings. It displays enormous representations of your favorite desserts that’ll be bound to make you crave for more by the time you get out. Go through 8 mouthwatering rooms, read fun facts about each dessert, and be treated to dessert samples as you make your way to the end. You’re sure to feel like Hansel and Gretel, finding a house of sweets and munching through it - minus the witch, of course. But take note that the furniture is not edible, so don’t try to eat them! By the time the two-hour tour is done, your belly will be full, your cravings will be satisfied, and your Instagram feed will be as sweet as the desserts you’ve tried. If you still want more sweets, worry not because there are shops available that are filled with candies and chocolates of all shapes and sizes! The Dessert Museum entrance fee is at P799 for walk-in visitors but you can get Dessert Museum promos when you book your tickets here at Traveloka Xperience!
Here are the crumbs that will lead your real-life Candyland:
Unit 124, 126, 127a, S Maison, Coral Way, Conrad Hotel Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
Craving for something sweet today? Don’t worry because The Dessert Museum is open daily from 10 AM to 10 PM to satisfy your sweet tooth. You can visit them on weekdays, so it’ll be less crowded.
Yes! We will be giving away 5-6 tasty treats. You will NOT go home hungry sweet-tooths!
Be sure to notify us about any allergies you may have by filling out the waiver form. Worry not, our staff will be there to advise you on how to keep safe during the whole experience!
The only animals allowed in the premises are the Dessert Museum’s candy rabbits (Not real rabbits). Unfortunately, you need to leave your pets at home.
Our tour starts every 15 minutes, starting at 10:15 am. Be sure to arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled time slot to avoid any delays. Guests who arrive late might be subjected to a rebooking fee or might lose their slot for the day.