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World Erotic Art Museum (WEAM)

1205 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139-4613
+1 305-532-9336
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See the fascinating and captivating World Erotic Art Museum, home of the largest collection of erotic art in America. The priceless private collection dates from antiquities to contemporary times and shows all cultures, art mediums and lifestyles in a tasteful historic time line. The collection includes paintings, tapestries, sculptures and art objects, mostly one of a kind.Depicting the Art of Love and Love in Art, the collection is worldwide and wonderful, ageless and timeless. With over 20 rooms and 12,000 square feet, the WEAM has more than you can even imagine.Be sure to add this highly interesting attraction to your list of things to do on South Beach. This is your unique opportunity to view the greatest collection of erotica you will ever see, join us in a celebration of who we are!
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1205 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139-4613
Flamingo / Lummus
+1 305-532-9336
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Reviewed July 9, 2015

WEAM was included in our city attraction pass. Decided to go in and see what it was about. Lots of cool things to see. They're open pretty late, so don't worry about being up first thing in the morning. If you like art, and like...More

1  Thank Justin B
Reviewed July 4, 2015 via mobile

The WEAM was about what I expected. I thought it would be interesting and it was at first, but there is only so much genitalia based art that you can look at without getting bored. The admission was a little high, but we had the...More

Thank Sabrina K
Reviewed July 1, 2015

What a collection - diverse and somewhat interesting. Definitely not one for those of a sensitive disposition. Some of the art is extremely intricate and beautiful. Some of it could be described as crass however it depends on your own view of the items and...More

2  Thank McArthur3
Reviewed June 12, 2015 via mobile

I visited the museum after finding a pamphlet at the visitors centre. After finding the sign outside I walked in the door to find a very tasteful statue in the foyer. Then up an elevator went to the lobby area. The lady behind the counter...More

2  Thank Casualtrips
Reviewed June 9, 2015

I was hired as an interpreter for a private party in this museum that opened its doors in October of 2005. The 4,000 pieces on display are the private collection of Mrs. Naomi Wilzig and meant to covey the cultural history of sexuality which is...More

1  Thank Nathaliewent2C
Reviewed June 7, 2015

Do not waste your time going to this exhibit. It had nothing exciting or new. Typical exhibits you would expect but nothing of any interest.

Thank curioustraveller4
Reviewed June 4, 2015

A few photos, nothing schoking, nothing extraordinary to see... always empty... if you are 14/15, have a quick peep for fun ..on TC, you will see more erotic stuff !!

Thank kikinsg
Reviewed June 2, 2015 via mobile

Went there on a request from the girlfriend who heard about it. Didn't know what to expect. Was interesting to see the different cultures and time periods. The young lady at the front counter seemed to be extremely disinterested in helping anyone out until we...More

Thank Christopher K
Reviewed May 29, 2015

I visited this place with some friends as we thought it would be quite a 'funny' visit. Not sure I took seriously the way some 'erotica' fanatics may expect but I had fun all the same and it wasn't expensive. There was some freaky, strange...More

Thank Dominic S
Reviewed May 20, 2015

This museum was different and unique. I enjoyed the museum immensely but was a little upset about the lack of more modern art. It is in a very old building but I just got the feeling everything could've been dusted. The owner sadly died 3...More

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Tia R
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The best 15 bucks I spent.
June 29, 2015|
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Which question ? Could not see any question..
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