Body Worlds Berlin is a unique exhibition where visitors see real plastinated human bodies and learn about how our bodies work.
While learning about human anatomy, you will also learn how happiness affects our body and vice versa.
Body Worlds – The Happiness Project has toured more than 100 cities in Europe, America, Africa, and Asia and attracted more than 40 million visitors.
Many also refer to it as Berlin’s Dead Body Museum.
When you visit Dr. Gunther von Hagens’ BODY WORLDS Museum, you will change your vision of human beings and put your own body at the forefront of your mind.
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What to expect at Body Worlds Berlin
You will see actual human preparations like whole-body plastinates, efficiently conveying single organ functions and disorders.
Looking at the numerous plastinated human bodies on display you will gain a detailed understanding of the body’s complex but delicate internal systems.
Guests also 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, etc.
Body Worlds Berlin tickets
When you book Berlin’s Body Worlds tickets online, you select your preferred time of visit.
Immediately after purchase, the tickets get emailed to you.
You don’t need to take any printouts.
On the day of your visit, you can reach Berlin’s Dead Body Museum 15 minutes before the time mentioned on your ticket.
Since you have a ticket and are on time, you can show it on your smartphone and walk in.
The audio guide is not part of the ticket but you can purchase it at the venue.
You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.
Cost of tickets
Adult ticket (19 to 65 years): €14
Senior ticket (66+ years): €12
Student ticket (18+ years, with ID): €12
Child ticket (7 to 18 years): €9
Kids aged six and younger do not require a ticket.
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 2.50 EUR.
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.
Body Worlds Berlin’s timings
From Tuesday to Sunday, Body Worlds Berlin opens at 10 am and closes at 7 pm.
It remains closed on Mondays.
The last admission is one hour before closure.
The museum remains closed on 24 December.
How to reach
Body World Berlin’s exhibition in the basement of the TV-tower.
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 space is difficult to find, it is better to arrive by public transport.
The Station Berlin Alexanderplatz is close to the exhibition and hosts many Metro- Bus- and street train lines.
It’s address is Panoramastraße 1a, 10178 Berlin. Get Directions
DDR Museum + Body Worlds Berlin
The DDR Museum is just 700 metres (half of a mile) from Berlin’s Body Worlds, which is why 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 metres (1207 feet) tall and visible throughout most of Berlin.
Since the Body Worlds Berlin is in the basement of the TV Tower, many tourists buy the combo ticket and explore both on the same day.
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