A traveling taco exhibit is popping up in a city near you this summer. (And there will be plenty of hot sauce.)
tacos filled with confetti
Photography by Peter Ardito
| Credit: Photography by Peter Ardito

Calling all taco fans (i.e., everyone): An interactive food museum dedicated to all things taco is coming to a city near you. Tacotopia is bringing more than 25 taco-inspired exhibits to Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, New York City, and Phoenix this summer. Now, the Louvre it ain't, but, like the Museum of Ice Cream and the Egg House before it, it's sure to be a fun way to spend an hour or so. Guests are welcomed with a Jarritos soda upon arrival and then set loose to explore art installations like an oversize guac pit, a Día de los Muertos bridge, the lucha libre wrestling ring, and a Chihuahua infinity mirror room. Ride a mechanical taco, swing on a margarita lime wedge, and sample hot sauces at a Cholula bar before chowing down on tacos from assorted food trucks. (A $30 museum ticket includes one taco.) Your Insta grid will be happy you did!