City Center, a sprawling complex of casinos, condominiums, hotels, restaurants and high-end shops, opened its doors December 2009. Its $55-million public art collection is one of its most innovative attractions. Look for works by Frank Stella, Nancy Rubins, Coosje van Bruggen and other artists.
For the history of all things erotic, the informative and entertaining Erotic Heritage Museum (3275 Industrial Way) has art and artifacts that explore sexual trends past and present. The toilet on the first floor has graffiti covered walls with amusingly explicit jokes and stories. Early examples of peep-show booths here play porn films from many eras, but the glory hole is not intended for use!
The Sin Sity Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have a calendar of events for "hole-y worship" to benefit worthy causes. Their motto: "Comforting the disturbed and disturbing the comfortable." See upcoming events online.
Sin City is built upon excess, but David Oliphant's naked yoga studio in the Arts Factory Building (107 E Charleston Blvd) is one of the best places to detox. There are always a few out-of-towners at each of his three weekly sessions -- a Tuesday night partner stretch, a Friday night power yoga session and a Sunday morning restorative class.