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'Naked At The Getty' Is About Art, Not Just Nudity

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Staring at some nudity (in animal form) on a Naked at the Getty scavenger hunt. (Mark A. King/Courtesy Watson Adventures)
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"Naked at the Getty" is a scavenger hunt, run by Watson Adventures. But you can't just buy tickets any time — it's only held over Valentine's Day weekend.

It involves answering questions by tracking down nude art around the Getty Center. You work in teams, and if you do a real good job, you might just get a medal.

Only a limited number of tickets are available, but Watson Adventures has other scavenger hunts year-round (think: murder mysteries, food-based tours around Chinatown, hunts inspired by Harry Potter). Their events all take place at museums and in historic neighborhoods, with each location giving the hunt a different flavor. They incorporate history, so you'll learn something while also competing.

You've got three chances to get naked (via art) this weekend. Read the full story for more details.

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