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What's OnExplore the science behind your heart at Body Worlds London

Discover the beauty beneath your skin and learn about the human body in this unique human museum experience!
  • Dates 25/02/2019 - 10/11/2019
  • Location BODY WORLDS London, London Pavilion, 1 Piccadilly Circus, W1J 0DA
  • Price ££
Discover the beauty beneath your skinDo you dream of one day helping the world with your knowledge of the human body? Or maybe you’re an arty sort and find the human anatomy a wonderful thing?Next to the bright lights and bustling streets of Piccadilly Circus is the BODY WORLDS London exhibition.A trip to BODY WORLDS London provides a unique perspective on health education, art and science. Delve deep into the human museum experience and learn about the different structures that make up the human anatomy.Listen and learn as you stroll around the exhibition floors. Personalise your visit with an insightful audio guide. Simply hold the device over the audio point of your choice to be guided through each display.Book your tickets online here. Or, call or email using the details below to book your next Body Worlds adventure:T: 0330 223 3233E: and body donationDr Gunther von Hagens’ exhibition of real human bodies has sparked a global fascination with over 47 million visitors worldwide.The plastination process of preserving the human bodies was invented by Dr Gunther. I bet you’re wanting to find out more about this process?Read more about the plastination process here.The only exhibition of real human bodies, BODY WORLDS even has its own established donor programme. It really is a museum like no other.Currently, there are over 18,000 worldwide BODY WORLDS donors, who have opted in to donate their body to Body Worlds for public display and educational purposes.Find out more about how you can get involved here.

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