The Los Angeles Museum of Love was conceived and developed by Amy Sweetman, a Professor of Psychology who has spent over 25 years teaching Psychology, Neuroscience and the Psychology of Sexuality.
There are no outside funding or grant sources. It is simply a fun, personal bucket list project that has been developed for couples of Los Angeles. The cost of the museum has been devised to cover the cost of running it.
The original museum was designed with the intent to create a fun, interactive, G-rated experience for couples. You will embark on a journey that simulates the different phases of a relationship. At each section of the museum, you will be presented with activities that allow you to uncover new insights about one another.
Your time with us will be enlightening and full of surprises. It is our hope that you walk away transformed with a new appreciation of the dynamic intricacies of one another, upon arrival you will be given a special memory book to record your unique experience.
Reservations will be made through ticket purchases. The experience should last approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour. Each couple begins the museum at 15-minute intervals. Each couple will receive a memory book to record their adventures together. There will be many photo opportunities in the museum to capture your fun together. Casual date night attire is recommended.
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