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Neat exhibit in the Atlantic Station area. Helped chaperone a field trip to the exhibit. Very interesting to see how the human body is set up. Much smaller exhibit than I anticipated, but still a decent amount to see. Not for squeamish individuals; these are...More
If you read all of the information, it can take hours to see it all. It is fascinating and very educational. I learned a lot about my body. The real bodies were amazing. However, my husband thought it was all very creepy and not his...More
Bodies is a very educational exhibition for adults and children.
I learned a lot about my body, its functionality and how I can improve my habits for a better life.
The exhibition that most impressed me was that of the lung. Clearly presents and explains...More
I have visited the bodies exhibit and it is definitely unique and there's nothing like it short of an actual autopsy. Now, I have a very sensitive nose and I could definitely smell some sort of order from the preserved corpses. It was a little...More
The experience of the bodies exhibit is very interesting. The educational concepts of the exhibit itself are amazing and everyone should take sometime to learn about the plastination process and how it revolutionized medicine.
We actually saw the bodies exhibit in Tampa at MOSI when it first came out and we thought WOW we are going to be in Atlanta and haven't seen it in...what...15 years? Lets go. It was a much smaller version than what we saw, HOWEVER,...More
I personally enjoyed the exhibit. It's a real eye opener to just how complicated/interesting the human body is. I do feel like there was something missing since I went to this exhibit in San Juan, P.R. about a decade ago and I'm almost positive it...More
First off this exhibit probably isn't suitable for anyone under 13 years of age.
With that said, for anyone else this exhibit is very interesting and for me, thought provoking. To see the physical changes your body takes, undergoes, and endures in a lifetime is...More