LONDON’S NEWEST TOP ATTRACTION!
Discover the beauty beneath your skin at BODY WORLDS London, the original display of real human bodies now in its permanent and flagship home at the iconic London Pavilion, 1 Piccadilly Circus.
A unique fusion of science, art and health education! Immerse yourself and discover a wide-range of insights into the body and mind, showing what effect our lifestyle choices have on our health. It’s fun, provocative, educational and endlessly fascinating.
Over 47 million visitors globally have been amazed by Dr Gunther von Hagens’ renowned exhibitions, sparking curiosity and awe around the world. More than 200 anatomical specimens, spread over 6 galleries on 3 floors and over 20,000 sq ft, will reveal the beauty that lies underneath our skin.
Expect a unique, exciting and interactive journey through the human body, described by many as “mind-blowing” “unforgettable” even “life-changing”.
Book now for BODY WORLDS London, a world-class Museum Experience for all ages. Don’t forget to pick up a complimentary audio guide to enhance your visit.
ACCESSIBILITY: BODY WORLDS London is fully accessible for wheelchair users. We offer 1 free carer with every 1 disabled visitor. For any special assistance please let our welcome team know upon arrival.
BAGGAGE POLICY: No bags are allowed in the exhibition, except for small hand bags of 30cm x 30cm or less. We do offer on site locker facilities if required. Please be aware there is a charge for this facility.
PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY: Unfortunately, photography and filming, including pictures taken with cell phones, are not allowed in the exhibition, except by accredited members of the media. This has to do with the Human Tissue Act. BODY WORLDS London is licenced for public display of human remains by the Human Tissue Authority. Under this licence, we are required not to allow photography and filming of the exhibits to protect the dignity of the deceased.
DURATION: Within the opening hours, you can stay as long as you like. On average, please allow for 2 hours, but this completely depends on how long you wish to examine each display and absorb the information provided. Once you exit the exhibition, re-entering is not permitted.