While it's not an ongoing thing, yet, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, a stylish contemporary art gallery in Paris, decided to accept nudists in their museum on May 5.

People without clothes were allowed to enter the gallery before the official opening of the museum. When the first guest arrived they checked their clothing into the cloakroom and then were free to wander the halls of the Palais and admire the paintings and sculptures. The museum staff was clothed though, but were helpful enough to offer insight into the artwork.

This was the first time a museum in Paris has welcomed nudists into their establishment.

One of the nude guests said to Le Parisien that "The atmosphere was very nice."