A Love Story
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 the Los Angeles area. The cost of the museum has been devised to cover the cost of running it. It is low tech and quirky- but a fresh change of pace!
Due to changes caused by COVID, the museum is attempting to find a way to satisfy everyone's needs. We currently have two types of tickets. A safety ticket and a regular ticket. The safety ticket is more expensive, but it allows you to be in the museum alone. The regular ticket will host a few couples in the 3000 square foot space at one time. Valentine's Day weekend is our busiest time of the year, so there may be more people in the museum at that time. Please take note of this for safety precautions. We have fluctuating hours. If there is a desired day that you would like to come, you should reserve quickly as if we do not have any reservations on a specific day then we will not open. It may be difficult to reserve same day tickets. We are currently weekdays from 2-6 (Closed on Tuesdays) and Friday evenings, Saturday afternoons and evenings and Sunday afternoons. Once business picks up again, we will add more hours. Extended hours will be available during peak seasons.
Please call us with questions 323 928 2272.