We had tickets to a Rangers game this weekend.. we thought of going into the city a few hours earlier and spend some time there before the game.
We didn't want to wander too far away from that area so I found a candy themed exhibition a block away called Candytopia.
and they finished it all off with a marshmallow ball pit.
There were timed tickets you had to buy online and we were escorted in as a group. Just like in Legoland.. here everything was made out of candy.
As you can see below, it took 13,000 pieces of candy and 48 hours to make this little fox.
and they finished it all off with a marshmallow ball pit.
Not to mention all the free candy they got in every room, this is only some.. much of it was eaten.
Afterwards we went to Madison Square Garden to watch the Rangers crush the Penguin in a 6-0 game. You can check out my Instagram for all our Rangers videos here.
Sunday was spent doing a lot of nothing..
Candytopia looks so fun! And I love the Garden!ReplyDelete
Oh, I know someone else who went to the Candytopia exhibit! It looked so fun! (And she's my age, so I'm sure it was 10x as fun for actual children haha!) Awesome that you got to go to a Rangers game! I can't remember the last time I went to a hockey game, which is sad because I used to be a very devoted fan!ReplyDelete
How cool to find this candy art exhibit so close by the game. It looked super fun.And the game too, last time I went to a hockey game was about a decade ago. When my friends father passed the Islanders had a moment of silence. He was a fire fighter and big in the community and was of course a big Islanders fan.ReplyDelete
Wow! That artwork made with candy is amazing!ReplyDelete
Jelly bean mosiacs...how fun! Looks like a place I'd like to visit!!ReplyDelete
This looks like such a unique exhibit! Fun!ReplyDelete
That's a fun place you visited. I think of all the work and time to make those works of art.ReplyDelete
This is amazing! My son would love it there! What fun! : )ReplyDelete
What a fun place! It's impressive how detailed the art is, considering it's made from pieces of candy.ReplyDelete
Oh wow that looks like a fun day out, I bet the kids really enjoyed the candy place :)ReplyDelete
How fun is that. Never heard of it before, but how fun.ReplyDelete
This is pretty cool. I'd love to take my guys there. And fascinating art! By the way, I believe Ramadan is starting. Sending good wishes to yReplyDelete
Candytopia would be a kid's dream. What an interesting place where everthing is made out of candy. Kind of like Willy Wonka haha. That fox is too cute to eat. I noticed he had candy corns on him. The marshmallow pit looks fun. And all the candy they want in every room! What a delightful place to take the kids for the day.ReplyDelete
WoW!!! we would love it there!! we have been nervous to go in to the city, so many negative things happening there. i hope the game was good, i enjoy hockey!!ReplyDelete
There is some serious talent in that candy making! The Ranger's game would be fun, we enjoy watching it on TV.ReplyDelete
I don't know the word "candytopia" before....ReplyDelete
thank you for sharing interesting photos... wonderful.
What a cool exhibit! The candy artwork is so cool. It's amazing what you can create with everyday things.ReplyDelete
The candy artwork is so cool.ReplyDelete
What a fun outing!
Wow...talk about a glucose spike, haha!! It's amazing what people can do...they are so creative.ReplyDelete
Sweet! And what a treat -- that marshmallow pit looks like a lot of fun! No wonder you all look so happy afterwards! (And no wonder you did nothing at all on Sunday...) Great pictures!ReplyDelete
From your photographs it certainly looks a fun outing.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Candytopia sounds like the best place IMO:DReplyDelete
Fun exhibit and great game!ReplyDelete
That's a perfect exhibit for kids!ReplyDelete
What a fun trip! The candy fox is so cute.ReplyDelete
The artworks made of candy are seriously so cool.ReplyDelete
What a fun exhibition, Hena! xxxReplyDelete
Can you adopt me? Lol You look like you all had so much fun. ;) That candy place is magical. And I actually have a Rangers jersey because of a player I used to love watching all the time many years ago. ❤️ReplyDelete
Whata fun place! and 6-0!!!ReplyDelete
I'm not sure whether to be concerned or impressed. (At who would spend the time making such things out of candy. If it's there, of course you should go and see it.) Great score on the free candy from the tour.ReplyDelete
Candytopia looks like so much fun! I love all of the artwork that was created!ReplyDelete
This looks like a lot of fun!!ReplyDelete
Oooo... I've always liked Pixy Stix! I think my favorite is the candy version of "The Scream".ReplyDelete
How awesome!! I have never seen anything like this! I bet the boys had the best day ever!ReplyDelete
The candy place was a scream alright! Great family weekend!ReplyDelete
I bet the boys had a ball! That was amazing. It was weird where far away it looked like art and up close looked like candy. And free candy - what kid doesn't love. Me, I like chocolate.ReplyDelete
I bet Candytopia is sponsored by the American Dental Association.ReplyDelete
Looks like a perfect weekend - and who can say no to candy!?ReplyDelete
mmm candy! That looks like fun :)ReplyDelete
That sounds like such a fun outing!ReplyDelete
The candy artwork is wonderful. What a fun outing.ReplyDelete
This looks like fun!ReplyDelete
That sweet installation looks like brilliant fun! Love the artwork , I don't think I'd ever get Jon out of the marshmallow pit.ReplyDelete
Fantastic family photo -I had to google New York Rangers to see that they were an ice hockey team - I'm a brit, I'm allowed not to know! xxx
What a cool exhibit! I would love to see this!ReplyDelete
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