Gunther von Hagens’ BODY WORLDS: The Happiness Project is not only a popular attraction in Amsterdam for kids it also serves an educational purpose. The primary goal of the exhibition is to raise public awareness of health issues. Add to that the chance to see the human body from the inside and you’ve got a fantastic opportunity for a school visit. Guided tours are available for school groups to make the experience more educational. The guide will tell the children all about the plastination exhibit. Let us tell you more about a school visit to BODY WORLDS Amsterdam.
If you are interested in a visit to the exhibition as part of a field trip or school trip to Amsterdam, we recommend booking in advance. It is best to call us or send us an email so that we can discuss the exhibition and the guided tour with you. If you are unsure as to whether the exhibition is appropriate for your class and would like to see it beforehand, requesting a ‘teacher pass’ will gain you free admittance, so you can walk around the exhibition before you bring your class. We also offer teaching materials for school trips. You can download the material here.
BODY WORLDS: The Happiness Project is a good choice for a school trip. We offer a discount rate for all the children and all teachers, lecturers/professors,and teaching assistants get free admittance. Click here for more information.
Ticket prices for primary and secondary school visits are €8,50 per student for groups of ten students or more. Register as a school here and you can make your reservations right here. After the reservation is made you'll get a voucher which you can show at the BODY WORLDS counter. You can then make the payments at the counter or pay by account.