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Australian Art Museum Offers First-Ever Nude Tours

03/23/2015 04:50 pm ET | Updated Mar 24, 2015

We always love a good nude-cation, especially when we can write it off as something artsy.

So we're thanking our sweet, naked stars that the National Gallery of Australia is offering its first-ever nude tours in April.

The art museum is located in Canberra. It will host three, special tours of a new exhibit on artist James Turrell, whose work is inspired by the fact that humans "drink" Vitamin D from sunlight.

"How could the skin drink in light... if we are wearing our clothes?" tour guide Stuart Ringholt asked Australia's ABC News. "It makes perfect sense for us to remove them."

Ringholt will guide the nude tours -- while nude, of course -- and yes, there will be wine at the evening sessions. The depressing-yet-interesting part? All tours are already full

Looks like it's a nude beach for us, after all.

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