Sweet Escape at The Dessert Museum

Sharing to you my  Dessert Museum experience. Yes, it is a unique museum filled with nothing but sweets!

This instagram-worthy museum is a perfect place for couple and family dates alike. Kids and the kids at heart will also have lots of fun touring around the 8 colorful, mouthwatering rooms.

The whole sugary journey lasts for two hours. Each room has a guide who will give you trivias about some of our favorite candies. You are allowed to enjoy 10-15 minutes in each room (enough time to take lots of photos for social media 😂)

This sweet wonderland opened last February 10 at Manila’s exclusive shopping address – S Maison located below Conrad Hotel Manila.

How much?
Online Rate per person is P699 while Walk-In Rate is P799.

You may book online and save:

The museum is open on Mondays to Sundays at 10AM to 10PM. Last call is at 8:15PM.

– Have your cameras ready and click all you can
– The museum offers up to 6 mouthwatering desserts for you to enjoy. If you dont plan to eat them inside, bring a bag for you to place your sweet loots. They sell water inside for 30 pesos. Not sure if you are allowed to bring one along with you though.
– They have friendly staff who are sweet enough to take your pics. So don’t be shy to ask.
– Don’t forget to have fun like I did!

Go visit Dessert Museum and enjoy a sweet-filled experience! 🤤


First Room: The Donut Room.

Second Room: The Marshmallow Room.

Here in the Marshmallow Room, you will receive a free dessert. You guessed it. Marshmallows!

Third Room: The Candy Room.

Free Macarons in Candy Room! Yum!

Yummy Cake Display.

Fourth Room: Ice Cream Room.

Free Ice Cream!

Fifth Room: Bubble Gum Room.

Sixth Room: Gummy Bear Room.

Seventh Room: Cotton Candy Room.

Eighth and Final Room: Cake Pop Room.

Free Cake pop before you finally get to exit.

Another freebie! A balloon with chocolate inside. Talk about Sugar Rush!

Souvenir Room at the Exit Area.

Hope you had fun browsing the photos. What are you waiting for? Go and experience The Dessert Museum now! Enjoy!!!

xoxo, Cherry

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