What's OnDiscover beauty beneath your skin at BODY WORLDS LondonOffering mind-boggling activities and brain-busting things to do to keep everyone entertained, get ready for an extraordinary winter in Piccadilly Circus!
- Dates 04/11/2019 - 04/11/2019
- Location BODY WORLDS London, London Pavilion, 1 Piccadilly Circus, W1J 0DA
- Price ££
Brain-busting experiencesWant to make memories with your kids this Christmas?BODY WORLDS London is a must-visit, in the heart of Piccadilly Circus, London’s home of entertainment.From mind-boggling activities to brain-busting things to do to, there’s something for everyone to enjoy (including Mum and Dad).Discover the ever-popular Junior Doctor tours, the perfect activity for budding young doctors. Armed with a white lab coat and a seriously cool stethoscope, kids aged 8-12 years can take part in a personal tour of the world-class anatomy museum. Learning everything from CPR training, taking blood pressure and even how mental health can affect physical health, it’s the hands-on experience every doctor in the making needs!Book your tickets for the junior doctor tour online here. Or, call or email using the following details.T: 0330 223 3233E: firstname.lastname@example.orgDelve deep into the human anatomyPerhaps your little one is a mini Michelangelo’s, or a little Leonardo Da Vinci’s?Uncover their creative genius at the Junior Artist Days.Explore the exhibition whilst studying the sculptures and capture the human form on paper! Inspired by the beauty beneath the skin, this is the perfect date for a creative, chilled-out learning experience.Book your tickets for the junior artist tour online here. Or, call or email using the aforementioned details.Plus, with activities including the Family Trail available every day, and late-night openings, BODY WORLDS London is a must-visit for everyone.What’s more, open 365 days a year, BODY WORLDS is even open on Christmas Day! So, what are you waiting for?Uncover the capital’s best science spectacle when you discover this world-class exhibition.
Covent Garden to Leicester Square
In 1849, whilst in London, Karl Marx lived in the German Hotel, which is now Leicester House.