It’s February, the month of love. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and couples here in New York City are solidifying their plans. Restaurants are filling up with reservations and tickets are selling out for exhibits in museums. For those that do not have a significant other, Valentine’s Day may be sickening. Fortunately for me, I’m a happily married woman, and I can’t wait to explore NYC with my husband on Valentine’s Day.
We will be attending the Museum of Sex on fifth avenue. The Museum of Sex, also known as MoSex, was opened in 2002. It celebrates human sexuality and educates the community about sex and subcultures. Since it’s opening, it has doubled in size and has even been praised by religious officials. Mosex is a revolutionary museum, and I’m excited to experience it on Valentine’s Day.
For those that have not made plans yet, tickets are still available to visit the museum. They are running a Valentine’s Day promotion. Packages range from Silver to Platinum. A silver package includes 2 general admission tickets, 2 jump for joy tickets, and a $50 store voucher for only $85. The gold package includes the same but also throws in 2 signature cocktail vouchers for $105. The platinum package includes all of the above plus two tickets to the Celestial Bodies VR experience for $125.
The Celestial Bodies VR experience is “an immersive room scale VR installation that brings Diplo’s track “Set It Off” to a new dimension.” VR avatars can interact with each other, and the experience is unforgettable. Please note that visitors must be 18 to get into the museum, and over 21 to enjoy the cocktails included in the gold and platinum packages. I highly encourage my NYC readers to visit the museum of sex and get educated about sex and their bodies. Sex is a normal and beautiful thing and the more educated the community is, the better society will be. I mean come on, people who have sex on a regular basis, are generally happier than those that don’t. Don’t quote me though.
I hope all my readers enjoy their Valentine’s Day; and for all the single people out there, don’t worry. There’s always next year!