(Warning: slide show contains some NSFW images.) Can the Museum of Sex ever top last summer’s boob bouncy castle? Well, “Splendor in the Grass," which opens today, offers some stiff — sorry! — competition.

For its latest "kinesthesia" experience, MoSEX has asked Dutch design heroes Studio Droog to transform the museum into an “erotic campground.” The exhibition space includes a campfire, trail map and five tents, each exploring a different aspect of sexuality, like self-love (complete with 360-degree mirrors for “self-exploration”) and scent (a musk-filled space lined with bulbous leather).

“Think of it as a national park of sex,” says Mark Snyder, MoSEX’s director of exhibitions. “The idea is to get people outside of the normal shell that we put ourselves in, particularly [when we live] in an urban environment. People will be getting on hands and knees, crawling around, brushing up against strangers and loved ones, exploring their truer nature. Hopefully they learn something too.”

Also opening at the museum? "Hardcore: A Century and a Half of Obscene Imagery," a very NSFW look at the evolution of pornography, from the Marquis de Sade to "Deep Throat." The exhibition includes 19th-century photo essays, Victorian blue movies and vintage fan fic featuring gonzo pop-culture couplings (Mae West and Flash Gordon, anyone?). "Hardcore" offers more than just titillating images, however, illuminating the ways porn has survived, reflected and adapted to changing cultural attitudes throughout the centuries.

"Splendor in the Grass" and "Hardcore" open today and run through Summer 2016 at the Museum of Sex (233 Fifth Avenue, at 27th Street).

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