Bodies Revealed returns to the GRPM by popular demand!
Now open! This exhibit has timed entry, so please ensure you pick the date and time you would like to visit at. Time slots do sell out, so advance ticket purchase is recommended.
Bodies Revealed is open through Spring 2020.
After nearly a decade, Bodies Revealed has returned to the GRPM. This exhibition features real, whole and partial body specimens that have been preserved through an innovative process, giving visitors the opportunity to view the complexity of their own organs and systems like never before.
Bodies Revealed allows people to learn about their own bodies and, ultimately, teach how to take better care of one’s own health and make positive lifestyle choices.
In this phenomenal exhibition about the amazing and complex machine we call the human body, 10 full body human specimens and hundreds of organs are respectfully displayed to tell the story of the miraculous systems at work within each of us. With a reverent, academic approach, this display allows people of all ages to more closely observe the skeletal, muscular, nervous, digestive, respiratory, reproductive and circulatory systems, and to absorb information normally reserved only for medical professionals.
Plan Your Visit.
You are able to enter the exhibit at or after the entry time of your ticket on the same day. As you enjoy the exhibit, please remember:
- No Photography or videos
- No Food and drink
- No Strollers
- No Backpacks
There will be limited storage space available for bags, strollers, etc. near the exhibition.
Take a deep dive into the exhibition and learn more through a guided audio experience for an additional $5. Audio options include adult and child versions throughout the exhibit.
The GRPM offers amenities for all our visitors including coat racks, audio guides, sensory kits, wheelchairs and strollers and access to The Quiet Room. All amenities are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please inquire at the front desk.
Bodies Revealed is brought to the GRPM by Experiential Media Group, LLC (E/M Group).
Each body and organ specimen in the Exhibition came from individuals who died of natural causes and who consented to donate their bodies for medical and scientific purposes including public education.