Explore the connection between art and sexuality with a visit to the Harry Mohney Erotic Heritage Museum. Set in a city that that's never been shy about sex, the Las Vegas-based museum showcases everything from racy magazine covers and sex-positive sculptures to the world’s largest sex bike.The Basics
Visit the 24,000-square-foot (2,230-square-meter) Erotic Heritage Museum to learn from its sexuality focused art and exhibits and, perhaps, to catch an event or performance. Take a self-guided tour or visit the museum as part of a tour. VIP tickets to a show at the museum’s theater also grant access to the rest of the museum.
Things to Know Before You Go
How to Get There
- The Erotic Heritage Museum is a must-see for those interested in exploring sex, art, and culture in Las Vegas and beyond.
- Visitors to the museum must be 18 or older and present a valid ID.
- The museum is wheelchair accessible.
- The museum’s shop sells erotic souvenirs.
The Erotic Heritage Museum is located a half-mile (1 kilometer) off of Las Vegas Boulevard, otherwise known as the Strip, on Sammy Davis Jr. Drive. You can reach the museum on foot from many Strip hotels and attractions or take a taxi to the museum.
When to Get There
The museum is open daily, with extended evening hours Thursday through Sunday. You can drop in for a self-guided tour or attend a Puppetry of the Penis
show at the museum’s theater Thursday through Sunday at 8pm. Check the museum’s online event page to attend other sex-positive events at the museum.The Puppetry of the Penis Show
The Erotic Heritage Museum is home to the Puppetry of the Penis
show, which presents a comedic shadow “puppet” performance using male genitalia. A VIP ticket to Puppetry of the Penis
comes with access to the rest of the museum, so you can pair the evening performance with a tour of the museum.