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Tickets for Brand New Exhibition 'Body Worlds & The Mirror of Time' on Sale 18 July
Date:7/17/2008

Body Worlds is the only anatomical exhibition with an established body donation programme through which individuals grant informed consent that their bodies can be used in this way.

Body Worlds & The Mirror of Time will include more than 200 plastinates - specimens preserved through Plastination, the remarkable scientific process invented and perfected by Dr. von Hagens.

James Bidwell, chief executive of Visit London comments, "It's wonderful that London is attracting such high profile and seminal exhibitions. The Body Worlds series has always been popular with the public, and anyone visiting it will be truly fascinated by what they will see and learn. Gunther von Hagens' newest exhibition is sure to become one of London's must-see attractions."

For more information and to book tickets visit http://www.visitlondon.com/bodyworlds.

Ticket Information

Single Tickets

- Adults: GBP12 (Friday - Sunday GBP14)

- Children ages 6-17: GBP8.00 (Friday - Sunday: GBP9.50)

- Concessions GBP9.00 (Friday - Sunday: GBP10.50)

- Family (2 adult, 2 children) GBP29 (Friday - Sunday: GBP34)

Schools and groups discounts available

Tickets are timed and dated and admission is 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. daily. Due to high ticket demand, advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended. To book tickets and for more information, visit http://www.visitlondon.com/bodyworlds or call +44(0)844-844-0003. Tickets also can be purchased at The O2 box office.

About Body Worlds:

Gunther von Hagens' Body Worlds are the only public anatomical exhibitions that stem from an established body donation program and use donated bodies. Body Worlds exhibitions have opened to critical acclaim in 47 cities worldwide, and have been seen by more than 25 million people.


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