We aren’t too sure how we feel about this… but a real exhibition is coming to Sydney and it will filled with perfectly preserved human bodies.
It is called Real Bodies: The Exhibition and it will be held in Moore Park’s Byron Kennedy Hall next month.
The exhibition will explore aspects of the human body and will hold than 20 perfectly preserved bodies and over 200 anatomical specimens.
There will be 10 different galleries, which will focus on matters like, Breathe, Hunger, Move, Think, Beginnings, Repair, Love and Death.
Australasian Institute of Anatomical Sciences president Gavin Burland told The Daily Telegraph that the exhibition is designed to give people an insight into how our bodies function.
Saying, “The public will be able to explore and interact with these displays. These (human) plastinates provide a unique view into the human body normally reserved to the medical field.”
Real Bodies is on display in Sydney starting on April 14th.
For more information about the exhibition, click here.
Real Bodies: The Exhibition
Where: Byron Kennedy Hall
122 Lang Road, Moore Park
When: From April 14th
Hours: Open daily from 10am – 5pm; last entry at 4pm
Prices: Adult (ages 17+) starting at $33.00*
Junior (ages 4-16) starting at $19.00*
Student/Senior (with a valid concession card) starting at $28.00*
Family 4 pack (2 adults/2 juniors, or 1 adult/3 juniors) starting at $71.00*
Gift voucher (redeem during any session) $41.00*