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Body Worlds Tickets

Learn about the workings of your body with 200 anatomical specimens of real human bodies with your Amsterdam Body Worlds tickets! Using the process of plastination, actual human bodies are preserved and dissected to feature the various systems of the human body. Discover the differences between healthy specimens and unhealthy ones. Check out various animal specimens that have gone through the same plastination process. And, see what bad habits can do to our vital organs. Why not pick up some skip-the-line Amsterdam Body Worlds tickets and save yourself some time? Or combine the experience with a hop-on, hop-off bus tour and save yourself some money? You can even pick up a Combo Saver Ticket that pairs Body Worlds with a 1-hour Canal Cruise.

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Our tips for Body Worlds

"If you’re the type who is easily unsettled, try to avoid eating right before your Amsterdam Body Worlds trip. Health Kick? Booking an Amsterdam Body Worlds tour is a great idea if you want to live a healthier lifestyle. A high percentage of visitors report eating healthier and quitting bad habits afterwards. A Tad Sketchy. If you’re an artist, book your Body Worlds visit for one of the monthly Artist Days, when you can sit and draw the specimens for as long as you want. Insider Tip: Bringing the kids? Enhance your Amsterdam Body Worlds trip by booking it online for the one day of the month when Junior Doctor Kids Tours is held. Having a medical professional lead your tour group really enhances the Body Worlds experience! "

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Best time to visit
"You can visit any time! It is an indoor, climate-controlled facility. But, if weather is still important to you, then a summertime Amsterdam trip probably makes the most sense. However, like most destinations in Europe, Amsterdam becomes the most crowded between June and August. If you’d like to avoid the tourist hordes, then try booking your vacation for April, May, or September. The best time to visit Body Worlds on a given day is either right when the doors open or shortly before closing time. But, if you plan on visiting in the evening, make sure you give yourself enough time to enjoy all exhibits. "
Getting there
If you’re taking the tram, the nearest tram stop is Dam/De Bijenkorf, which services trams 4, 9, 16, and 24. From that stop, it’s just about a 1-minute walk to Amsterdam Body Worlds. Another option, the Dam stop by Magna Plaza serves trams 1, 2, 5, 13, 14, and 17. Alight at the Dam stop and walk for nearly 5 minutes to arrive at the attraction. Cycling is also a popular mode of transportation in the city. From Amsterdam Central Station, it’s just a two-minute ride straight over the Damrak. Body Worlds will be on your right.

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