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K√ĖRPERWELTEN - BODY WORLDS Berlin

The BODY WORLDS exhibition at the foot of the Berliner Fernsehturms shows you the human body in a way you have never seen it before.

This museum was the first permanent exhibition of its kind in the world and continues to be a unique experience for every visitor. By taking a closer look at human anatomy, you will see what connects us, keeps us upright and in motion, and even what makes us laugh and love.¬†K√ĖRPERWELTEN Berlin invites you to a touching and inspiring encounter with life and to examine what defines us.

Since 2017, K√ĖRPERWELTEN has also displayed plastinated animals. Visitors can examine the inner workings of an antelope, a yak, a dog and even a lion who was born in the Berlin Zoo, Icke. The lion is especially impressive with his extraordinary muscles. Icke weight 200kg but his strong hind limbs could propel him across incredible leaps of nearly 12 metres.

  • Get to know the miracle of human life
  • See unique plastinates of real humans and animals
  • Discover how your own body works
Public transport
The nearest stop is Alexanderplatz Bahnhof (S-Bahn and U-Bahn).

All the bodies in¬†K√ĖRPERWELTEN - BODY WORLDS are real human bodies, donated to the Heidelberg Institute for Plastination's body donation programme.¬†Plastination is the process where real bodies are preserved for scientific research and medical education. The process of plastination was invented by Dr. Gunther von Hagens in 1977, and his work has set the standard ever since.

  • Children
    Child tickets for 7-18 year olds
    Free entry for children 0-6 with a paying adult
  • Opening hours
    Monday - Sunday: 10.00 - 19.00
  • Ticket information
    Ticket directly available on smartphone
    Tickets valid for one year after purchase, tickets can be cancelled
  • Free WiFi available
    Free access to bathroom
    Wheelchair accessible
  • There are two types of audio guide available, both are available in English and German. You can listen to a free version on your smartphone by scanning the QR-code at the counter or you can rent an audio guide at the counter for¬†‚ā¨ 2.50
  • The exhibition is barrier-free and air-conditioned
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A central platform
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Free wifi on the buses
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GPS audio guide in 13 languages
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Free Berlin City Sightseeing app
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Ticket valid for 24/48 hours
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Discounts at various partners