LAS VEGAS, NV—The Erotic Heritage Museum will be holding a clothing-optional “Lover’s Lane” museum tour tomorrow evening, in celebration of Valentine’s Day. Visitors are invited to explore the exhibits in whatever state of undress they feel comfortable with, on a guided tour led by EHM Director Dr. Victoria Hartmann.
“Valentine's Day is for lovers, and we support all forms of expression here at the EHM,” said Hartmann. “What better day would there be to enjoy the sexual sciences, and to do so free of the societal restrictions on our bodies? Nudity is the most natural of physical states, and we encourage each person to express their natural selves at the Museum this Wednesday.”
Those wishing to participate in this year’s “Lover’s Lane” clothing-optional museum tour must arrive at the EHM by 6 p.m. PST. Guided tours take roughly an hour. While nudity is encouraged, the Museum reminds visitors that sexual activity is frowned upon. For additional information, click here.
The Erotic Heritage Museum houses more than 24,000 square feet of permanent and featured exhibits. The museum’s ethos is that sexual pleasure and its depiction are natural aspects of the human experience, and that such celebrations of individual human sexuality—that of pleasure—must be made available to all, regardless of gender, race, or belief.
With so much of the global erotic heritage undervalued, criticized, or even lost over time, the EHM is dedicated to the preservation of as much erotic heritage as is possible to display. Scouring the world for its exhibitions, the Museum furthers its purpose by providing space for scientific and literary functions relating to sexual, emotional, mental, and physical health. As such, the EHM is as much an assemblage of some of the most important sexual artifacts, tableau and interactive exhibitions in the world as it is a one-of- a-kind lecture and classroom space.
To contact the Erotic Heritage Museum, including location rental inquiries, workshop rates, upcoming events, and more, email [email protected] or click here, or call 702-794-4000. The EHM may also be followed on Twitter and on Facebook.