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Body Worlds Amsterdam Skip-the-Line Ticket

From US$20.33
Highlights
  • Marvel at the displays of human bodies, curated by Gunther von Hagens
  • Save time with skip-the-line tickets
  • Visit with children; there’s a separate, adults-only section in the basement
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Body Worlds Amsterdam 'The Happiness Project' Skip-the-Line Ticket
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Entrance TicketMost Popular
Fast-track admission to Body Worlds Amsterdam. This ticket is valid all day during the opening hours.
US$23.32
Off-peak Ticket
This off-peak ticket is only valid when you visit Body Worlds before 11am or after 4pm
US$20.33
Ticket+Audio+Picture
Fast-track admission to Body Worlds Amsterdam including audio guide & picture
US$31.09
Overview

The Happiness Project, an exhibition at Body Worlds Amsterdam, provides eye-opening insight into the human body. Save time with a skip-the-line ticket, and view anatomical displays of donated human specimens to discover the amazing impact of happiness on our physical form. The exhibit is a departure from the city’s typical museums and galleries and perfect for those looking for something different.

What to Expect

Arrive to the venue in the heart of the city at a time that suits you, and skip the line to discover more than 200 anatomical human specimens, preserved to showcase the varied capabilities of the human body.

As you wander the interactive exhibition, curated by Gunther von Hagens, learn more about how internal organs work and the impact of disease, all while gaining insight into the influence of happiness on the human body.

Admire the family-friendly displays with children of any age, or visit the adults-only section in the basement, for a unique perspective on the human condition.

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1 - 5 of 11 reviews

Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile
A surprising gem

An impulse visit following a recommendation from a friend. We bought in advance and fast tracked the queue which was quite lengthy midmorning. There are real body displays, interactive sections and translations in both English and Dutch. Really fascinating in most parts. Well worth an...More

Thank LorraineS1529
Mike B, Guest Relations Manager at Lindbergh Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 18 August 2018

Dear Lorraine S, We want to honestly thank you for sharing this wonderful and detailed review with us! It makes us more than happy to hear you found your visit to Body Worlds to be fascinating and inspiring. It is indeed a great eye-opener which...More

Reviewed 31 July 2018 via mobile
City break in Amsterdam

Great family time away with my two grandchildren, ferry from Newcastle, 5 hours in Amsterdam and then back again, what a great weekend 👍 Grandchildren 13 and 14 yrs old and enjoyed the culture of Amsterdam immencely, from dodging the cyclists to the mixture of...More

Thank Colin H
Mike B, Guest Relations Manager at Lindbergh Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 31 July 2018

Dear Colin, What a wonderful idea to bring your grandchildren to Amsterdam for a fun and interactive experience. Even for one day, there is so much you can see and do and we are happy that your family had a such a splendid time. We...More

Reviewed 30 April 2018
Real life

These exhibits are real body parts. Amazing. How we work, reproduce, what happens when we smile, laugh. What’s good for you and what’s not. When does life really start ? A really good easy to understand exibet for all ages.

1  Thank tom c
Reviewed 18 April 2018
Totally absorbing and very well set out.

A real find in Amsterdam .... hugely interesting and well curated. Very uplifting. Think it makes you take your health and how you treat your body that bit more seriously. Indeed .. we are fearfully and wonderfully made!

Thank headteacher10
Reviewed 7 April 2018
Forget the skip line, more like add more lines!

Well, I had my mobile pdf ticket and thought I could "skip the line"! ! Woopee!. When we arrived, there were approx 4 people in the queue. But hey! I had my fast lane ticket!!...or so I thought.... I tried to scan my phone but...More

5  Thank Josie E
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JodieEngland
23 September 2018|
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Response from tom c | Reviewed this property |
It was a no wait tour for us and very interesting
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16 May 2018|
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No age restriction that I saw or noticed children were around
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16 May 2018|
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Response from S9186 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Amy, no there isn't an age restriction as there was loads of youngsters enjoying themselves when i went.
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