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Body Worlds Berlin – tickets, prices, what to expect

Body Worlds Berlin is a unique exhibition where visitors see real plastinated human bodies and learn about how our bodies work.

As one of the flagship attractions in Berlin, the attraction has garnered global acclaim for its educational value and detailed approach to breaking down the human form complexities.

Explore the human body’s inner workings – how we sit upright, move, laugh, and more – in a way previously reserved for medical professionals.

This article covers everything you must know before booking tickets for the Body Worlds Berlin. 

What to expect at Body Worlds Berlin

Founded by Dr. Gunther von Hagens, the Body Worlds Museum will change how you see human beings and your own body.

You must have always known the different organ functions, but for the first time, you will see them at this museum, also known as the “People Museum.”

Besides over 200 human Plastinates efficiently conveying single organ functions and disorders, you will also see the world’s first Human 3-D Fascia Plastinate in the Body Worlds Berlin.

Looking at the numerous plastinated real human bodies on display, you will gain a detailed understanding of the body’s complex but delicate internal systems.

Learn more about the human skeleton, the muscular system’s interplay, the digestive system, the development of an embryo in the womb, the cardiovascular system, and much more.

You will also understand what makes us “US”, by dwelling over existential topics like Happiness and Unhappiness, Excess and Moderation, Pressure and Release, Gluttony and Restraint, and Chance and Destiny.

Where to buy tickets

You can buy Body Worlds Berlin tickets online or offline at the attraction.

Online tickets tend to be cheaper than tickets at the venue.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the attraction’s ticket counters.

When you book early, you also get your preferred time slot.

Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, during peak days they may sell out. Booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

How online tickets work

Go to Berlin’s Body World Museum’s booking page, select your preferred date, time slot, and number of tickets, and buy the tickets right away.

Once you purchase the attraction’s tickets, they get delivered to your email address. 

There is no need to get printouts of the ticket. 

On the day of your visit, swap the e-ticket on your smartphone at the box office for a paper ticket and enter.

Body Worlds Berlin ticket prices

Tickets for Body Worlds Museum in Berlin cost €17 for adults aged 19 years and above. 

Seniors aged 66 years and above and students aged 19 years and above pay a discounted price of €15.

Students must show an ID to claim the reduced price.

Children aged between seven and 18 years also pay a reduced rate of €12.

Infants aged six years and younger can enter for free and do not require a ticket.

Body Worlds Berlin tickets

The Body Worlds Berlin tickets give you access to all the areas of the museum.

The ticket is valid for a day, so you can spend as much time as you want inside the premises.

The audio guide is not part of the ticket, but you can purchase it at the venue.

Ticket prices

Adult ticket (19 to 65 years): €17
Senior ticket (66+ years): €15
Student ticket (19+ years, with ID): €15
Child ticket (7 to 18 years): €12

Kids aged six years and younger do not require a ticket.

DDR Museum + Body Worlds Berlin

The DDR Museum is just 700 meters (half a mile) from Berlin’s Body Worlds, so some tourists prefer to explore them on the same day.

At the DDR museum, you can view hundreds of unique relics from Germany’s socialist history in the DDR Museum.

This experience delves into well-known East Berlin issues, including the Stasi and the Wall, and ordinary life for DDR residents. 

Berlin TV Tower + Body Worlds Berlin

The Berliner Fernsehturm, often known as the Berlin TV Tower, was built in the 1960s by the German Democratic Republic’s administration (GDR). 

It is Germany’s highest tower, standing 368 meters (1207 feet) tall and visible throughout most of Berlin.

Since Body Worlds Berlin is in the basement of the TV Tower, many tourists buy the combo ticket and explore both on the same day. 

How to reach

Body World Berlin’s exhibition is in the basement of the TV tower. 

Address: Panoramastraße 1a, 10178 Berlin. Get Directions 

You can reach the attraction both by public or private transport.

By bus

S+U Alexanderplatz Bhf/Memhardstr. (Berlin) is the nearest bus stop, only a 3-minute walk away.

By tram

S+U Alexanderplatz Bhf/Gontardstr. (Berlin) is the nearest tram stop, only a 10-minute walk away.

By car

If you’re traveling by car, turn on your Google Maps and get started.

Click here for the nearest car parks.

Body Worlds Berlin’s timings

Body Worlds Berlin opens at 10 am and closes at 7 pm throughout the week and on public holidays.

The last admission is one hour before closure. 

The museum remains closed on 24 December. 

How long does Body Worlds take?

If you love to get into the details, you will need two hours to see all the exhibits on display at Body Worlds – The Happiness Project.

Tourists in a hurry are known to explore everything on display in an hour. 

If you don’t book your tickets in advance, you must also factor in around 15 minutes to buy tickets and the waiting time for your time slot to arrive (if it is crowded).

Once inside, you may stay in the exhibition for as long as you like.

Best time to visit Body Worlds Berlin

Due to its high educational value, Body Worlds Berlin often hosts school groups.

So, it is advisable to visit the attraction after 4 pm for a more peaceful experience.

If you want to visit it during the day then, try going as soon as the museum opens, i.e., at 10 am.

Body Worlds Museum Entrance

Leaving the train station heading towards the TV tower, you will have to walk around the building to find the entrance on the opposite side.

If you are coming from the Museum Island (Museumsinsel), the entrance will be right behind the Neptun’s fountain (Neptunbrunnen).

Since parking spaces are difficult to find, it is better to arrive by public transport. 

Audio Guide

With the audio guide, you can design your experience at Body World Berlin’s as per your interest. 

The audio guides contain lots of clear explanations, amazing facts and information about the plastinates on display. 

The audio guide is available in German and English and can be obtained at the ticket office for a rental fee of €3.

FAQs about Body Worlds Berlin

Here are some questions visitors usually ask before visiting Berlin’s People Museum.

Where can I book tickets for the Body Worlds Museum in Berlin?

Tourists can buy tickets for the attraction online or at the venue on the day of their visit. For the best experience, we suggest you book your tickets online in advance.

What are the nearby attractions?

Berlin TV tower, Museum Island, Brandenburg Gate, and Berlin Cathedral are some tourist spots near Body Worlds Berlin.

Is there a locker or cloakroom available on-site?

Yes, Body Worlds Berlin has a paid locker facility to store your luggage facilitating a comfortable visit for the guests.

Is the People Museum in Berlin wheelchair accessible for people with disabilities?

Yes, the Museum is wheelchair accessible to accommodate visitors with mobility challenges.

Can I cancel my visit to the Body Worlds Berlin?

Yes, you can cancel your ticket up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.


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