We Visited The Museum Of Pizza And It’s As Delightfully Cheesy As You’d Expect
If you love pizza, like really love it, then you have to check out the Museum of Pizza in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. There’s no alcohol involved like the rosé mansion, but there’s pizza-inspired art in just about every medium and all of the cheesy slices at the finish line. The Museum of Pizza is a creation of Nameless Network, a Brooklyn-based youth media network that aims to bring all kinds of new knowledge to Gen Z.
Walk down memory lane of every iconic pizza box cover ever, and soak up some pizza history via a wall-to-wall projection of carb-loaded videos. There’s a room dedicated to pizza-inspired art and a dark room with neon signs helping you declare your love for the cheesy snack. Don’t forget to pose with dozens and dozens of Williamsburg Pizza boxes marked with phrases like “Pizza is Bae” and “In Pizza We Crust.”
One of our favorite spots was the dough room, which is decked out with hanging globs of dough in every corner. It’s basically a pizza dough cave. You also get to seesaw in the DiGiorno Pizza room, which displays a massive mural of a frozen pizza. Then, the pizza beach has all kinds of paper mâché people sculptures clutching slices and pies. You can also hang out in the pizza-inspired cosmetics room if you so desire.
The final two rooms are a combination of trippy and eclectic. You can grab a slice of pizza with all of the Hidden Valley Ranch seasonings and watch possibly the weirdest (or coolest) video of people wearing pizza costumes and headgear while singing about pizza. Honestly, it’s kind of amazing.
And don’t forget to hit up the anonymous pizza confession booth where you can get discounts for Seamless and have your deepest darkest pizza confessions displayed for everyone to see.
The pizza graphics are on point throughout the museum and you’ll definitely get your fair share of Instagram-worthy photos. We just wish there was more food involved throughout the museum. But hey, if you’re a die-hard pizza fan and you have the room in your budget for one food-themed museum a month, you should check it out. Tickets cost $35 per person.
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