Slightly Censored Sneak Peek: Naked at the Museum for Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air, dinner reservations are life-threateningly difficult to come by, and a dozen roses cost more than our last mortgage payment. You know what that means: Valentine’s Day is upon us! Cupid-struck hunters have flocked to our weekend of Naked at the Museum scavenger hunts, which send you on a whirlwind tour of frisky, funny, and sometimes downright flabbergasting nudes in museums all over the country.

We wanted to offer a teaser of the sultry art you’ll encounter, but this being a family-friendly site, we had to, um, class things up a bit. We think we did a pretty solid job, so take a look—and scope out the real art, in all its uncensored glory, on our Naked hunts this weekend.

The Nymph of the Spring, National Gallery of Art, D.C.

The Last Judgment, Met Museum, New York

Neptune, The Getty Center, Los Angeles

Nude Study of Thomas E. McKeller, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Homage to Audrey McMahon (Goddess of Fertility), American Art Museum, D.C.

See our full calendar for more hunts, naked or otherwise.