SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - For many, candy is a big part of Valentine's Day. And for those who can't get enough, there's a sweet escape that just popped up in Scottsdale.
Scottsdale Quarter is bringing back Candytopia, an interactive candy exhibit. It's an interactive candy wonderland where art meets colossal candy creations.
This Valentine's Day weekend, you can swim in their signature pool of 300,000 marshmallows and explore the candy-coated world, sampling sweet treats as you go. Those nine candies include chocolate truffles and bags of gummy bears.
"The candy artistry is so special. It's really, literally, done piece by piece by hand. We have an incredible team," said Jackie Sorkin, the co-founder and creator of Candytopia. "They smell really good, too."
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The exhibit was in Scottsdale during the fall but left on Dec. 29. Now, it's back until March 22. You can order tickets here.
"It's a place where everybody belongs and everybody has fun," said Sorkin.