London’s Amora is like no museum you toured in grade school. This self-described “Academy of Sex & Relationships” is like an erotic theme park (without the rides).
Amora’s museum section is full of exhibits that are interactive and, um, hands on. Find the erogenous zones on interactive sculptures or try out the spank-o-meter. Visitors can also talk with a sex therapist, learn how to play erotic food games, improve their kissing ability or enhance their flirtation skills. All of which might make Amora the most practical museum we’ve been to . . . or heard of . . . or can imagine.
Getting into the Amora exhibits can be difficult. The museum is often closed for updates and tickets must be purchased well in advance. (See their website for the latest). If you want a touch of the Amora experience without planning ahead check out the Amora lounge. This cool bar is attached to the museum portion of Amora and specializes in aphrodisiac cocktails. Surprisingly (or not) most of the clientele at the lounge are couples, not singles.
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