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The Body Worlds exhibit features over 200 plastinated bodies over 7 levels, which help you learn about human anatomy like never before! Each floor is focused on a different aspect of the body - the cardiovascular system, digestion, reproductive system, and so on.
Body Worlds exhibit aims to visually depict the effects of healthy and unhealthy lifestyles on the human body. It also shows people how mental and physical health goes hand in hand and showcases the effect that happiness and stress have on physical health.
Discover exactly how the human body looks beneath skin coverings. Learn what systems are affected by your lifestyle and how you can work towards getting healthier and fitter - both mentally and physically inside the Body Worlds Amsterdam exhibition.
You can get a free in-body scan and understand exactly what's going on in your body. The report will let you know your body composition - broken down into the amount of muscle, fat, and water in your body. This is a fun exercise, that is very popular among children.
Last Entry: 1 hour before closing time
Duration of Visit: 1 to 2 hours
Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit Body Worlds Amsterdam is early in the morning since these are the least crowded hours of the day. You can explore Amsterdam in April and May, and also from September to November. The weather is pleasant during this time of the year, making it great to walk and explore the city.
Address: Damrak 66, 1012 LM Amsterdam, Netherlands
A. You can purchase Body Worlds Amsterdam tickets online. It is best to book these tickets in advance from the convenience of your own home to avoid standing in long lines. You also do not have to worry about missing your attraction.
A. Yes, Body Worlds Amsterdam tickets can be purchased online. In fact, we recommend you buy these tickets online to avoid missing the exhibition.
A. The Body Worlds Amsterdam tickets, which offer skip-the-line access start from € 22.50. You can also upgrade these tickets to include a 1-hour canal cruise across the channels of Amsterdam.
A. You can get discounts on Body Worlds Amsterdam tickets by purchasing them online. You can also win combo offers and discounts.
A. Body Worlds displays over 200 plastinated human bodies intending to teach visitors about human anatomy and the effect of happiness on health.
A. Yes, the bodies at Body Worlds Amsterdam were donated by individuals who have bequeathed that upon their death that their bodies must be used for educational purposes.
A. The bodies at Body Worlds undergo a process called plastination, which preserves anatomical structures by halting decomposition.
A. Body Worlds Amsterdam underwent an independent ethics review by a committee of academics, theologians, and ethicists, who deemed it ethical to display the bodies there.
A. Visitors can stay as long as they want to at the exhibits within the opening hours from 10 AM to 10 PM.
A. The cause of death and identities of the people whose bodies are displayed at Body Worlds Amsterdam are not disclosed.
A. You can download educational materials to listen to or read inside the Body Worlds exhibition from their official website.
A. Yes, children are allowed to visit Body Worlds. Guardians, parents, and school staff must encourage healthy practices among the children and take them to visit the display under their supervision.
A. Pets are not allowed into Body Worlds in Amsterdam.
A. Photography by handheld devices is allowed. Professional and commercial photography, however, is prohibited inside the Body Worlds display in Amsterdam.
A. Body Worlds is wheelchair accessible and also has wheelchair-friendly bathrooms.
A. Yes, Body Worlds in Amsterdam is wheelchair accessible. Visitors with limited mobility can explore all the 7 levels of the exhibition, except the basement.
A. Yes, visiting Body Worlds Amsterdam is worth it for anyone interested in human anatomy and health. If you are looking for unique experiences in Amsterdam, you can explore the 200+ plastinated human bodies inside the Body Worlds, get a complimentary In-Body scan, and learn about the effects of healthy vs non-healthy practices on the human body.