The Erotic Heritage Museum is an expansive space dedicated to the in-depth history of erotica and which seeks to celebrate human sexuality.
The museum, which is also referred to as the Harry Mohney Erotic museum after its founder, started as a partnership between Mohney, a pornographer, and Rev. Ted M, a preacher.
Erotic Heritage Museum, Admission Tickets, Prices & Hours, Las Vegas
First opening back in 2008, the museum has since attracted millions of visitors curious to explore and learn more about the erotic world – from artifacts to cultural events, fine art, and film, among other forms. It is interesting to note that most of the artifacts on display at the Erotic Heritage Museum were collectibles from Rev. Ted’s Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.
Ted collected just about everything, from kinky treatises to naughty posters and dirty letters, which eventually became an incredible part of the museum. In the past few years, some of the notable collectibles have included an interactive vulva that measures 10-feet, an array of sex bikes (that includes the world’s largest sex bike), and even a curated collection of lingerie in the Eva Braun line.
Visit the Bike and Exhibit section that spans two floors before reaching the top of the Erotic Heritage Museum. The huge bike can take four visitors and the gears are all interconnected so that they move in unison. The seats then vibrate in line with the visitor’s speeds. This immersive experience is a one of a kind for group visitors willing to explore the museum together.
Other fascinating displays include The Paris theatre, the Auto-Erotic Chair, the Sex in Space Immersive exhibit, as well as the LGBTIQ Gallery. Look out for the Wall of Shame that includes articles about celebrity, religious, and political personalities linked to scandals in the years gone by. Note that some of the erotic art is for sale.
Erotic Heritage Museum is located at 3275 Sammy Davis Jr Drive in Las Vegas.