Paris' Musee de l'Eortisme, or Museum of Eroticism, is devoted to the art of making love. Scattered along its seven floors are four permanent exhibits and a host of temporary delights. The mainstays of the museum include the Popular Art exhibit, showcasing the unrestrained recreational art of Curiosa, the Sacred Art Exhibit, displaying amulets, masks and spiritual objects used in sexual celebrations, the Contemporary Art Exhibit and the Brothel Exhibit.
Open 365 days a year, the Erotic Art Museum never let's up. This German sex museum displays the world's largest publicly accessible collection of sexualized art. The art itself is idolized almost as much as the sex it's portraying. The more than 1,000 works of art illustrate that anything is possible on paper and canvas, including sex. The Erotic Art Museum also offers guided tours for tourists that call ahead.
Does size really matter? Do men have a G-spot? What are the benefits of having sex regularly? Get these answers and more at the Beate Uhse Erotik Museum in Berlin. Interaction is the name of the game at this international sex museum. With 32 exhibits, 12 interactive games, 3D projections and more than 30 LED screens, this sex museum offers the ideal blend of education and fun characteristic of the German sex industry.
Located in beautiful Barcelona, one of the travel capitals of the world, is the historical Museu de l'Erotica. Spain's Museum of Erotica has been etched into Spanish history as the first museum of erotic art in Spain. Its more than 800 pieces of arts covers every arena of cultural and historical eroticism, from sex of Ancient Civilizations and the Far East to European and Indian tantric sex. Within its seven galleries are also specialty displays, like the sadomasochism exhibit.
9. Museum of Erotica
Rumored to have Russian mystic Rasputin's penis, the Museum of Erotica in Saint Petersburg is a unique sex museum all its own. Rasputin has been considered a legendary psychic and healer, but that's not what put him on the chart. His 12-inch penis is. In addition to owning this legendary piece of phallic property, the Museum of Erotica displays a host of sculptures and paintings.
An electric anti-masturbation machine, chastity belt and handle-operated vibrator are just some of the tantalizing treasures on display at the Sex Machines Museum in Prague. More than 200 sex appliances are scattered throughout three floors to showcase the abundance of extraordinary and unusual ways that people pleasure themselves. In addition to the vibrators, the museum's cinema displays age-old erotic films, one film in particular, "Ladies' Cabinet" is one of the very first scenes in history capturing a threesome.