Hagens' Body Worlds & The Cycle of Life

2013-05-28 13:09
When: 20-30 June 2013
Where: Sci-Bono Discovery Centre, Newtown

The exhibition deals with the complexity, flexibility and vulnerability of the human body, illuminating how it reacts in both health and disease.

The human body is nothing less than an ever-evolving, moving masterpiece and this is where you will witness how our muscles, bones and organs have been woven and knitted together. Hagens’ exhibition takes you on a journey from the spark of conception through maturity to old age.

Tickets are available from R90. 00 at Webtickets.
Hagens' Body Worlds & The Cycle of Life

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