Sugar Republic dessert museum pops up in Fitzroy

Sugar Republic dessert museum pops up in Fitzroy - Melbourne

Dear Melbourne Winter, if you are looking for me, I’ll be floating on ice creams in pink ball pits, eating fairy floss and wizz fizz, and being showered by confetti bombs at Sugar Republic, a pop up dessert museum which opens it’s doors to the public this Friday for 8 weeks only!

The museum is dedicated to the celebration of dessert, baking, lollies and all things sweet. Go on a journey through 14 amazing sensory rooms and relive your childhood as you splash about in a massive bubblegum ball pit, climb a sherbet rainbow and make yourself the ultimate soft serve ice cream with ALL the sprinkles.

 

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Earlier this week I was invited to have a sneak peak of the pop up on Smith Street in Fitzroy. Without too many SPOILER ALERTS there’s a swing surrounded by fairy floss, you can dance inside a giant gum ball machine and even jump out of a life size birthday cake.

Sugar Republic’s interactive experiences and wonder-filled art installations are sooooo much fun.

 

Sugar Republic - Dessert Museum pops up in Melbourne

 

Sugar Republic is a truly unique experience for adults and kids alike and it’s only open for a very short time so don’t miss out!

Do yourself a favour and round up your girl squad for the ultimate SWEET SESSION in Melbourne!

 

WHERE?

MacRobertson’s Factory
379 Smith Street, Fitzroy
Melbourne – Australia

 

OPENING TIMES

From Friday 22 June, for 8 weeks only.
Open Monday -Sunday (closed Wednesdays)
10am – 5pm daily

 

HOW MUCH?

Adults $35
Children (aged 3-16) $25
Includes free lollies, treats and ice cream
Children age 2 and under – free entry

Pick a time to enter and stay for up to 1.5 hours

Be sure to purchase your ticket online asap, because they are sure to sell out everyday, and there are no tickets available on the door.

 

GETTING THERE

Public Transport – #86 Tram stop 20 (Rose St/Smith St)
Car – Paid parking along Smith Street

 

BUY SUGAR REPUBLIC TICKETS HERE!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Emily Collie is Founder and Editor of well-known Australian travel guide and blog, Melbourne Girl. Emily has written travel articles for Expedia, eHarmony, Amex Shop Small Blogger Series and Racing.com, and has been featured on many Australian websites including Mimco Mimzine and Bonds Australia Blog, and was invited on behalf of the VRC and Myer, to judge the Myer Fashions on the Field competition on Emirates Melbourne Cup Day (2013).

1 Comment

  • June 26, 2018

    Marita

    Ooooo lovely shop 😀 especially big cake 😀

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