Body Worlds - Attraction
BODY WORLDS Amsterdam will take you on a fascinating journey through the human body. The exhibition displays real plastinated bodies, giving you a unique peek into our anatomy and how our bodies work. This original attraction has enjoyed international success all over the world, with tours in more than 100 cities in Europe, America, Africa and Asia. It has drawn more than 40 million visitors since it began in 1995. Are you ready for an unforgettable experience? Book a visit to the fantastic BODY WORLDS Amsterdam exhibit in Amsterdam right now!
Diverse and educational themes
The BODY WORLDS Amsterdam exhibitions have undergone significant changes and taken on different incarnations throughout the years. From the effects of health, sports and diet to the anatomy of animals, BODY WORLDS Amsterdam has been reinventing itself over and over again and educating people in novel ways since its conception. The exhibitions are the creation of Dr. Gunther von Hagens, who invented the process of plastination in the University of Heidelberg in 1977. The original exhibitions have been the subject of imitation by countless copycats, but they remain unmatched in terms of quality and innovation. The current theme in Amsterdam is named The Happiness Project and focuses on the effects of happiness on our well-being. This exhibit has more than 200 real anatomical models on display, which will give you a greater insight on how our mood can affect our health. Discover the secrets of the body and learn about how it functions from a unique perspective. BODY WORLDS Amsterdam is an essential educational attraction and an unforgettable experience. The exhibition is within walking distance from Central Station, on the lively street Damrak.
Furthermore Body Worlds is near the following sights: Condom shop Het Gulden Vlies (±150 m), City Sightseeing Amsterdam (±175 m), Hop on Hop off Amsterdam bustour (±175 m), Green Budget Bikes (±200 m) & Oude Kerk (Old Church) (±225 m).
For information:Book -10% tickets online Damrak 66, Amsterdam
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