This massive ‘candy museum’ with marshmallow pit and larger-than-life candy sculptures, is now in Ohio

Jack McLaughlin

Candytopia is now in the Buckeye State. While it isn’t in Columbus, this country-touring, immersive candy experience is likely worth a roadtrip to northeastern Ohio.

The event, which CNN describes as “weird and wonderful” and a “mini theme park,” is located in Legacy Village shopping center in Lyndhurst. The event is currently running, and will remain in Cleveland until Dec. 31.

You can purchase tickets for Candytopia here. Adult tickets cost $28, tickets for kids aged 4-12 are $20 and children under the age of three enter free.


Technically considered an immersive “candy museum,” Candytopia features everything from giant candy floss constructions, a massive marshmallow pit, a Sphinx made from nearly 8,000 pieces of candy and other larger-than-life sculptures (such as a deep-sea scene) made entirely from candy.

According to the event’s website, Candytopia is home to more than a dozen distinct environments and takes most groups just over an hour to make their way through.

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