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What's OnJunior Doctor Tours at Body Worlds London Exhibition

This Easter, delve deep into the world of science, human anatomy and physiology, learning it all in an exciting and interactive way at BODY WORLDS London!
  • Dates 06/04/2019 - 28/04/2019
  • Location London Pavilion, 1 Piccadilly Circus, W1J 0DA
  • Price ££
A fascinating view of health educationAre you a doctor in the making? Or, do you have a budding young doctor at home?This Easter, Body Worlds London exhibition has an exciting tour just for you!Not just exclusive for young doctor’s, this one’s great for nurses in the making, health care experts and, even if you just fancy topping up your Trivia knowledge.From £25 per child, everyday from 10am you can delve deep into the world of science. Covering topics including the human anatomy and physiology, learn it all in an exciting and interactive way.Dress up in a doctor’s coat and get ready to listen to your friends beating hearts with your very own stethoscopes!So, what are you waiting for round up your friends, siblings or parents too and let the fun begin at Body World’s.A fun twist to an educational tourDressed in full doctor’s gear and armed with a stethoscope and clipboard, teams will be guided by a medical professional, giving kids the best chance to learn about the human body in an entertaining way.Burning questions will be answered, brain-busting facts learnt, and little minds expanded as the children make their way around three floors of science, art and health education.Get ready to boggle at the intricacies and super powers of the human body and get hands on with anatomy, learning about everything from measuring your blood pressure to performing CPR, to the importance of mental well-being on your overall health.Best of all, you’ll graduate with an Official Junior Doctor Certificate!Each tour lasts approximately 120 minutes and is best suited to children aged between 8-12 years old.

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