Is it teething time for your little one?
The Human Body Exhibition is a fascinating way to spend the afternoon with the family where you will get to see over 200 full and partial real human body specimens. The amazing exhibition showcases carefully dissected specimens to demonstrate how the body works and gives visitors the opportunity to see exactly what lies beneath their skin.
 
The exhibition hosts nine galleries highlighting the essential components of the human body. Some of the parts on display illustrate the effects of smoking, obesity and other damage that can be caused when the body is not taken care of. You will be able to compare a healthy lung with a smoker’s lung. The exhibition is a great way to promote a healthy lifestyle, and is not only educational for children, but adults too.
 
The specimens featured in The Human Body Exhibition were donated in accordance with Chinese law to the Dalian Hoffen Biotechnique Laboratory which engages in research and innovation of the Plastination technique, and produces, preserves and provides specimens to medical schools and the general public for educational purposes. The Plastination process is used to preserve the specimens. Human tissue is permanently preserved using liquid silicone rubber that is treated and hardened. The preserved specimens showcase the complexity of the body’s many bones, organs, nerves, muscles, and blood vessels. The full-body specimens can take more than a year to prepare.
 
The Human Body Exhibition will open Thursday 2nd of February at The Ambassador Theatre for a limited time only. Tickets are on sale now. Open daily from 10am.
 
Tickets: Adults €20 / students and O.A.P’s €16 / children €12 / family ticket €56 including booking fee
 
Tickets from Ticketmaster and usual outlets nationwide. Service charges may apply. Phone 0818 719 300 (ROI) / 0844 277 4455 (N Ireland). Buy online at www.ticketmaster.ie
 
For more information on this exhibition, visit www.thehumanbody.ie

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