By Hadas Kuznits

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Children at the Please Touch Museum have a new exhibit in which to play, and it involves a replica of everyone’s favorite treat.

The Museum has partnered with Bassett’s Ice Cream to create the exhibit, which was introduced Friday.

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“What they’ve done is replicated our ice cream counter in Reading Terminal Market,” explains Bassett’s Ice Cream president Michael Strange, “to be a miniature version of that and they’ve also created miniature ice cream scoops and cones that the kids can put together.”

Of course the kids love real and play ice cream.

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This mom says she was excited because of her familiarity with the Philadelphia brand:

“I was very excited, I mean, I haven’t been here (at the Please Touch Museum) in a little while and seeing that they were coming I wanted to be here.”

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After all, what’s the unveiling of a new ice cream play exhibit without real scoops?