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BODY WORLDS - Amsterdam, Amsterdam
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At BODY WORLDS - Amsterdam, explore exhibits of real specimens of human bodies. Anatomically positioned in space, the presentations reveal the complexity, resilience, and vulnerability of the body. You will see translucent body slices, organs, and plastinates--remains that have been preserved and kept in positions that reflect daily activities, including playing the saxophone, riding a horse, and dancing. Since their first appearance in 1995, these controversial expositions have attracted 40 million visitors worldwide. Arrange your visit to BODY WORLDS - Amsterdam and discover more family-friendly attractions in Amsterdam using our Amsterdam tour planner.
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Place was really interesting, totally fascinating. Downside was that it was painfully slow to get into, cashiers were on a go slow process, had more than one till but insisted on using just the one, t... read more »
Me and my husband were very excited about this exhibition. we prebooked the tickets direct on the bodyworlds website and we were glad that we did as when we arrived at 11am on Monday there was quite a... read more »
Выставка посвящена ощущению счастья и физиологии связаной с этим. выставка начинается с 6-го этажа и спускается вниз. Каждый этаж посвящен другой теме ( мышцы, кровеносная система, мозг, репродуктивна... read more »The exhibition is devoted to the sense of happiness and the physiology associated with it. the exhibition begins with the 6-th floor and descends. Each floor is dedicated to a different theme (muscle, brain, circulatory system, reproductive system, etc.). exhibition in English and Dutch.show original
Literally the highlight of our trip to Amsterdam - this amazing museum has 6 floors of real human body samples with plenty of information (in both Dutch and English equally) and knowledge to be learned. Some areas are interactive (don't want to ruin anything) which are good for kids. If you're put off by the price but like science, namely biology, just remember that you can spend between 2 to 5 hours here like we did depending on how in depth you read the content - there's plenty available, so it's excellent value for money.
Incredible place! Wonderful exhibition, with lots of understandable information. Interesting to see the human anatomy so true to life (or death, excuse the pun). I would definitely recommend taking a visit here!
Morbidly fascinating. I would recommend it to anyone in the area. Admission fees are a bit high at 20€ but it was worth it. I found it very interesting to learn about anatomy not in a 2D space of a textbook, but rather a real scale 3D model.
I went with a friend after closing for an special event, so I can't tell how it would be in normal hours. That's something to take in account to properly enjoy the exhibition. There is much to see, read and learn if you are really interested and that might be hard with a crowd around. The "happiness" theme turned out to be a nice angle for the exposition. About the price, I didn't pay the usual fare and we got drinks and snacks, otherwise I think it would have been a little on the expensive side. I would recommend to people interested on human anatomy or with some morbid fascination.
Edwin Everhart Tumboimbela
Amazing... I learnt so much... About human body, life, and happiness. I spent 2 hours here and really enjoy every bits of the exhibits. Thank you for the wonderful experience and for the people who donated their bodies. Might be gruesome for some people, but really informative and inspiring.
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