📍 Localização e contacto
1012 DP, Amsterdam
ℹ️ Em formação
O Museu Erótico de Amsterdã é imperdível para qualquer pessoa interessada em sexualidade humana. O museu contém uma grande variedade de arte erótica e artefatos de todo o mundo. Há também uma grande variedade de exposições interativas que permitem aos visitantes experimentar diferentes aspectos da sexualidade humana. O museu está aberto sete dias por semana e está localizado no coração do distrito da luz vermelha de Amsterdã.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: 11:00 AM – 1:00 AM
- Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 1:00 AM
- Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 1:00 AM
- Thursday: 11:00 AM – 1:00 AM
- Friday: 11:00 AM – 2:00 AM
- Saturday: 11:00 AM – 2:00 AM
- Sunday: 11:00 AM – 1:00 AM
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🗣️ Erotic Museum: Opiniões
Muito estranho, mas incrível, haha. A entrada é bastante barata, não se lembre do preço exato, mas definitivamente estava abaixo de 10 €. Há uma imprensa "Penny" (5 cent); portanto, se você é um colecionador, vá buscar um! Tem 3-4 andares cheios do que você esperaria, mas honestamente, se você não quiser ir a nenhum outro lugar da área, este lugar é uma aposta segura.
O cavalheiro do quintosque foi a quintessência de um mestre de ingressos no estilo de cinema. Serviço perfeito na entrada. As filas eram muito curtas e, como atração turística, definitivamente valia a pena a entrada de 9 €. Há muito o que ver e ler sobre as idades. O prédio também foi uma delícia para passear - se você não é uma risada, eu definitivamente recomendaria uma visita.
Tive um bom tempo neste museu, o local tinha arte, itens colecionáveis, desenhos animados engraçados, fotos de pornografia antiga, modelos de cera. Boas fotos de fotos e um tempo agradável. Eles também têm uma loja de presentes muito barata! O que supera todos os que provavelmente todas as outras lojas de presentes preços em Amsterdã
Small, but compact. Good stuff to go when you high with buncha bros lol
Amazing museum I never see something like that before so much sex Art and funny. I could say it's for people who are more open minded and dont find sex for something bad or disgusting very well spend 7 euro for entrance I think even after few years more this museum twill be much more value
Very interesting and unusual place.
very interesting, lots of art
Very nice and erotic place
Funny interesting se like it
Tickets are 7 euros. Great value for money. Very informative. It is my food.
This place was just awesome! Definitely a must see!
It's quite a small place but Interesting none the less
7€ entrance fee
Fun, cheap, a collection of erotic things, statues, pictures. Good time-killer, but you need like 20 mins, really for everything.
Beautiful catalog of interesting erotic history. From very old articles (or reproductions) to the latest kinks.
A localização é perfeitamente agradável, em uma palavra pequena, é incrível. Disse a história que misturava muitas alegrias e tristeza das pessoas das zonas da luz vermelha. Tem uma ótima experiência. Deve visitar o local.
Very interesting museum, i suggest that you have a look
What can I say, it was interesting to see the history of eroticism by videos, statue's animations and books told the story thru toys, techniques and visuals displays past generation used to express themselves thru sex. This museum is located in the heart of the red light district.
Really funny place. The best part, the kids area
Very well organized with some curious pieces. Also art made by John Lenon, wich was a surprise.
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A funny place where u and your friends can learn something new about the erotism, situated in the heart of Amsterdam in the red light district, entry 18+
Fun experience here at the sex museum in Amsterdam lol.
€5 only so very good value Quirky, silly, sexy! Not for the bashful timid or shy! Just over the road from Central Station.
Place worth to be seen at least once, when being to Amsterdam. There is a small sex shop by the entrance) a lot of promotions) There is no toilet in the museum. And museum by itself has 3 floors. An exhibition isn't much usuful or informative, rather a bit confused or embarrassing, but still interesting)
Really enjoyed this, hilarious and educational at the same time
I've seen such creativity that if we get to have in everything else in our lives, we will be able to take humanity to the next level.
I visited with my wife and it was a great place for both of us to see with a lot of interesting items to look at.
Super fun experience trough 5 floors ! Not expensive it was around 5€ maybe
Has the best little souvenirs!!! I bought this hilarious condom in the shape of a christmas tree for a friend of mine, it was a big hit amongst our friend group!
Nice place to go with family, very friendly ladies behind the windows.
Great museum to see some radical items great to kill a little time
Very fun place! Best museum of this kind in Amsterdam! Loved the kids play area
Really eye opening experience to see how there is a whole other side to art which is always hidden. We've all seen statues about love and family and heartbreak and all things life but never sex. It feels here like stumbling into the hidden room at every collective museum in the world. Beautiful and worth every cent.
Had so much fun there with my m8's deffo a place to check out
If u have the time !
Uma visita ao Museu vale a pena se você estiver em Amsterdã. Deve dar uma boa risada e é uma das atrações no famoso distrito da luz vermelha. A entrada é bastante barata (€ 7) e há muitos artefatos diferentes (de natureza sexual, é claro) em cada um dos quatro andares. Você tem permissão para tirar fotos e há breves descrições do que você está vendo abaixo de cada artefato. Um tour auto-guiado por todo o local deve levar você a dizer 15 minutos, a menos que você opte por ler todas as descrições de todos os artefatos. Há uma loja de brinquedos no térreo, caso você opte por comprar um Ermm ... lembrança. No geral, valeu a pena a visita e uma boa parada ao visitar o distrito como um todo.
It's a must see if you visit the red district. Very interesting.
So much fun, love the cartoon room, very comical. Worth the entry fee because always a good experience.
Quite small but interesting and funny! Good price too. X
Pretty cool place. Right in the heart of the red light district.
Great place, very interesting
Museum exhibiting sex toys sculptures and artwork on erotism. Good experience specially on seeing the Khajuraho temple erotic sculptures from India!
Interesting and fun thing to see while wandering trough Red Light District.
I mean... What's not to love?? Great place to visit if you're in the Red Light District and not looking to "window shop"
Me and my girl were pretty high while visiting, but we enjoyed it a lot! Would recommend this place to anyone :)
It's a good laugh if you want to see art, collectibles and animations about sex and nudity. A real fun way to spend an hour or so.
Very rude but interesting place. The entrance fee is inexpensive for the amount of exhibits.
Fascinating. Priced at 7 euros. Worth every penny. Good fun.
Very interesting museum of erotic art. Well worth the 7euro admission.
Very funny museum. But has also a serious side. Pablo picasso and John lennon have some of their art there. The giftshop has good prices compared to the sexshops! And friendly people are working behind the counter.