Real Bodies The Exhibition

Real Bodies The Exhibition, a stunning and thought-provoking exhibition of human anatomy makes its Sydney Debut at The Byron Kennedy Hall at the Entertainment Quarter from Saturday 14th April 2018. This powerful exhibition explores life by displaying real, perfectly preserved human bodies and over 200 anatomical specimens. 

Real Bodies The Exhibition consists of 10 approachable galleries that offer unique perspectives on human anatomy and its importance to world cultures as well as the emotional expression embedded in each of our physiological functions. Galleries consist of subject matter such as “Breathe” exploring the respiratory system, “Rhythm” revealing the delicate interconnectedness of the circulatory system, “Love” presenting the science of physical attraction, and more. 

From 14th April until 14th October 2018 at The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park. 

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Children are naturally inquisitive, and this exhibit will give them plenty to think about. Be warned, it may not be everyone's idea of fun for kids. Jack and Mia are 2 and a half and slightly on the young side for this exhibition but we went along to see what it was all about. Jack and Mia were mostly curious rather than squeamish. The bodies have been portrayed playing sports like football and basketball. As we moved through the exhibit of 20 real preserved bodies, we were amazed at the amount of detail and amazing facts. It's not everyday you get to see how our bodies work on the inside.

There are two great enclosed playgrounds outside and across a car park from the exhibition hall. Plenty of kid friendly restaurants are also nearby in The Entertainment Quarter.