| How many plastinates are in the exhibition? |
The exhibition features approx. 400 authentic human specimens, including 18 whole bodies, individual organs and body slices together with comparative specimens from other species.
| What is the capacity inside the exhibition at a time? |
The exhibit has the capacity of up to 800 people. In case of a capacity crowd, entrance into the exhibit is contingent on the amount of people exiting the exhibit at the end.
| Is this exhibition appropriate for school field trips? |
Educational and health authorities recommend this exhibit for school groups in Year 5 and up and require that the teacher obtain permission from a parent or guardian of each child to view the exhibition.
| Are photos & filming of the exhibition allowed? |
Photography and filming are not allowed in ěThe Amazing Human Bodyîexhibition, except by the approved reporters of media. We thank you for your cooperation.
| Which city will the exhibition be visiting next? |
The exhibition is preparing to visit Auckland, NZ after our current tour iof Melbourne is completed.
| What merchandise is available? |
A range of merchandises will be made available. A catalogue of the entire exhibit with detailed labeling and text is also available for purchase.
| How do I book an evening session? |
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for evening session bookings
| Will there be guided tours? |
Acoustic guides are available for hire. Guided tours are also available. Specially arranged tours are also available for interest groups and schools. More in-depth tour can be arranged by emailing email@example.com.
For current running exhibition, please visit www.amazingbodies.com.au