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“The exhibit theme is contrived and failed to present a convincing coherent message.”
Whether it's great love, a carefree life or true friendship...we encounter happiness in various ways, but still never quite by accident. When do we feel happiness? What happens to our body? Why can't we keep it forever? Plastinator Dr. Gunther von...more
Let me start off with praise for the science of the exhibit. The anatomical preparations are extremely good, comprehensive and enlightening. There is a great deal to learn from the displays for everyone from the those who have never studied anatomy through to experienced health...More
I'd seen "Koerperwelten" twice before, but many years ago. This latest permanent exhibition in Heidelberg is a lot more sophisticated and interesting. It goes well beyond just anatomical facts and figures, giving lots of room to other aspects of the human condition, in particular ones...More
Very good exhibition displaying body parts and whole bodies preserved in acetone. Young and old, or healthy and unhealthy are displayed side by side, with explanations in German and English. It is possible to understand nearly all of it, even if you are not a...More
We visited this museum with two teenage boys. We did not know what to expect but it turned out to be the most amazing experience ever. Sitting an unassuming part of town in an unassuming building however the exhibition is anything but unassuming. Real human...More
This place was fascinating. It had many exhibits showing different parts of the human body without skin and dissected. The most interesting exhibits to me were not the ones showing body parts but the ones showing different medical conditions. I was a little unsure about...More