CORPUS 'journey through the human body', Oegstgeest

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  • Very nice experience. The human body very bright and simply explained. The journey through it gives a beautiful image of the human function. Absolutt a must for young and old! Minus point I find the prices of refreshments and parking in the private garage. Relative high.
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  • Been together with my granddaughter on a weekday outside the holidays. It was very very quiet and that was ideal. The tour was very educational. We also had a scavenger hunt form bought (1.50) making the trip down was very fun and educational. I think if the pressure is that it is less fun. For us it was a good experience.
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  • The first part of the visit is a guided tour through the human body, pretty interesting. It is also interesting for children. The second part is an exhibition from which I would expect little more. Bu...  more »