The BODY WORLDS at Menschen Museum gives insights into the highly complex structures of the human body and shows what connects us, keeps us upright and in motion, and what makes us laugh and love.
Moreover, the Menschen Museum opens the visitors' eyes to various facets that determine our existence:
HAPPINIESS AND UNHAPPINESS
The pursuit of happiness and love dominate our lives. But what determines whether we are happy or not?
EXCESS AND MODERATION
Modern life is comfortable. Yet at the same time, we long for a perfect body, vitality and health. How can we find the right balance?
PRESSURE AND RELEASE
Too much pressure is bad for body and mind. How can we resist and refuel our body?
GLUTTONY AND RESTRAINT
What our body needs for a long, healthy life often contrasts with how we feed it. What can our body bear?
CHANCE AND DESTINY
Life is a mystery. Humanity has always been fascinated by the question of where we come from. What determines whether we are alive and healthy?
*Only with valid identification: Students up to 30 years, Seniors 65+, apprentices over 18 years, disabled persons
Opening hours during Christmas holiday
The museum is open daily, besides 24 December (last admission 6pm)
24.12. – Christmas Eve: Closed
25.12. – Christmas Day: 10-19 Uhr
26.12. – Boxing Day: 10-19 Uhr
27.12. – 10-19 Uhr
28.12. – 10-19 Uhr
29.12. – 10-19 Uhr
30.12. – 10-19 Uhr
31.12. – New Years Eve: 10-19 Uhr
1.1.19 – New Years Day: 10-19 Uhr
6.1.19 – Epiphany: 10-19 Uhr
Listen and Learn
Design your exhibition visit according to your personal interest. The Audio Guide tour is available in English and German. Audio-Guides are included in the entry fee and are available in English and German.
Free admission available for
Teachers and student teachers (with valid verification), companions of disabled person, body donors of the Institute for Plastination (with donor ID card), children up to 6 years of age.
Address & Directions
Plan your visit
Directly at the TV-Tower
You will find the exhibition in the basement of the TV-tower. Leaving the train station heading towards the TV-tower, you will have to walk around the building to find the entrance on the opposite side of it.
Coming from the “Museumsinsel” (Museum Island) you will find the entrance right behind the “Neptunbrunnen” (Neptun’s fountain).
We recommend using the public transportation, since parking space is rare and expensive. The Station Berlin Alexanderplatz is close to the exhibition and hosts many Metro- Bus- and street train lines. Please find the best connection at BVG.
At the basement of the tallest building in Germany and Berlin's landmark, the TV-Tower, you will find one of the most visited, scientific exhibitions in Berlin on 1,600 square meters. The BODY WORLDS Museum not only provides visitors deep insights into the anatomy of the human body, but also present the perfect setting for events that focus on topics such as medicine, care, health, fitness and well-being.
Directly connected to the museum we can offer a 400 square meters conference area, consisting of a light-flooded and spacious reception area and a presentation room for 50 people. The rooms are separable and can accommodate up to 200 people in total. The room ensemble is individually playable and is suitable for presentations, events, product launches, lectures, conferences, corporate incentives, but also seminars or courses. The equipment includes flexible, high-quality conference furniture and modern presentation equipment. A professional event team takes care of the complete organization of staff, catering, technical support and additional program.
The centrally located location is just a three-minute walk from the S-Bahn and subway junction Alexanderplatz. Attractions like the Red Town Hall, Hackescher Markt, Gendarmenmarkt and the Nicolaiviertel are within walking distance.
For further information and detailed conditions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 030 847 125 526.
Special highlights of this new collection include man's best friend, a plastinated dog, showing how similar anatomical structures are to those of humans.
The plastinated Lion »Icke«, originally born at the Berlin Zoo, impresses with extraordinary muscles. Weighing 200 kg, the animal has strong hind limbs that can propel incredible leaps of nearly 12 metres.
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