The complexity and beauty of the inner human body are on full display at the Bodies Revealed exhibit at the Witte Museum, beginning Oct. 3 and continuing through Jan. 31, 2016. The highly acclaimed exhibit featuring donated human bodies meticulously dissected and respectfully displayed has awed and educated hundreds of thousands of visitors across the globe.
The exhibit is a fascinating tour through the inner human body and includes real human displays of the skeletal, respiratory, reproductive, muscular, digestive, nervous and circulatory systems. The human specimens that are part of the exhibit are prepared through polymer preservation, a process that permanently preserves human tissue using liquid silicone rubber.
The Bodies Revealed exhibit is appropriate for all ages, allowing visitors to explore the amazing human body in a manner that informs and educates but does not overwhelm.
The Bodies Revealed exhibit opens at the Witte Museum on Oct. 3 and will continue through Jan. 31, 2016. Cost is $10 per person ($8 for members) in addition to the cost of museum admission. The Witte Museum is located at 3801 Broadway. For more information, visit www.wittemuseum.org.