We have a dream … and a concept …
A museum in its original sense, as a place where the different muses meet and enrich each other. We have developed over 70 possible contents in the last 20 years.
Love is so incredibly diverse and rich. Therefore, there is also content that shows and lets us experience how love has connected and still connects people and nations. And other contents we do not know ourselves yet, because it is important to us that you can participate with your knowledge, experiences and traditions.
With our “Museum of Love — Mobile” we would like to visit (in advance) regions in Germany and Europe, from the point of view of the cultural history of love, and further explore, collect, document and deepen on the spot also impulses …
In addition, we will offer a permanent space in the museum to enable encounters and to see what content then still wants to develop …
So, not another erotic museum, but a sensual and romantic place for love between couples, families, friends, peoples, to animals, to nature and to the earth. An interactive house for the cultural history of love. The theme of love touches all people and the offers are so low-threshold that this place really offers “culture for all”. This is achieved, among other things, through spatial connections and offers in the region and in people’s everyday lives.
In Germany there are more than 6,800 museums — and also worldwide there are museums for many things, for weapons and so on — but so far there is no museum worldwide for the cultural history of love and to love is the highest of all.
We would like to bring this special human, connecting, cultural dream of mankind to life with you. A dream of humanity that will be financially profitable in the medium term and that makes it, for example, an ideal project for impact investing that is designed for sustainability and responsible ownership.
A museum for the cultural history of love is a great challenge, and perhaps more important than ever in these times.
“No one has ever tried to live by the power of love”. Ralp W. Emerson
Tina & Hans-Georg