The Beate Uhse Erotik Museum in Berlin
Beate Uhse was the first woman to open a sex shop in Germany in 1962. Not only was she a pioneer, daring to set up an erotic shop on the market, but she also inaugurated, four years later, the Beate Uhse Erotik Museum, which has 5,000 items or erotic objects that captivate its 300,000 visitors annually.
An erotic museum for those attracted by sexuality
The erotic museum Beate Uhse Erotik is one of the five most visited museums in the city that hosts them, Berlin. Sculptures, posters, photographs, objects of sexual pleasure, literature, books of sexual positions like the Kamasutra and an area of ??extravagant aphrodisiac spices that awaken all the senses, fill the three floors of this nothing ordinary museum. Of course, you can not fail to miss the Beate Uhse sex shop located on the first floor of the building.
Something very distinctive about this museum is that it tries to highlight the importance of the history of sex and the literature on sexology of the scientists who carried out the first sexual studies as Iwan Bloch, Albert Moll, Magnus Hirschfeld and Max Marcuse.
The hour does not matter. The museum Beate Uhse is open until 00:00 from Monday to Sunday for all tourists who are attracted to the world of sex and for those who are stripped of all the taboos that revolve around the human sexuality. This museum, like others, emerged after the opening of the famous sexual museum called the Temple of Venus in the city of Amsterdam in 1985.