The BODY WORLDS Amsterdam exhibition takes you on a journey through the human body and is therefore also referred to as Human Body Museum Amsterdam or Anatomy Museum Amsterdam. BODY WORLDS will teach you everything about human anatomy: the strength, defense mechanisms and vulnerabilities of the human body. The theme of the exhibition BODY WORLDS is ‘The Happiness Project’. BODY WORLDS Museum will take you on a quest to the anatomical effects of happiness. Is there a formula for happiness? What are the effects for our well being? What chemicals are involved? In the Human Body Museum Amsterdam, you’ll find over 200 anatomical models, made out of real plastinated bodies. They will give you a unique insight into the effect of happiness is on the human body.
BODY WORLDS Amsterdam
BODY WORLD Amsterdam is an educational experience for both young and old, just like the Nemo Science Centre but on a different topic. Your kids will enjoy this Amsterdam museum to the fullest, unaware that they’re actually attending one of the most interesting biology lessons they’ll ever get. BODY WORLDS Amsterdam is part of the worldwide BODY WORLDS: The Original Exphibition of Real Human Bodies. This project bodyworlds by Gunther Von Hagen, is unique in its kind. With the exhibitions held in Europe and America, already over 40 million people have visited the real-life anatomy lessons of German scientist Von Hagen. Explanation for this success is according to us the educative value of the exhibitions for kids and adults.
BODY Museum Amsterdam
We definitely recommend the Human Body Museum Amsterdam as BODY WORLDS is for everyone who’s interested in anatomy and/or biology and looking for educative but fun experience. The museum is also popular among a lot of locals and receives loads of positive reviews online. Fun fact about BODYWORLDS: almost all the exhibited pieces in Bodyworlds were real people who signed up for a donor programm and made sure their bodies were being used for medical science and education after they passed away. They are now referred to as Happy Bodies.