BODY WORLDS. THE RHYTHM OF LIFE. MILAN
Milan Central station
Galleria dei Mosaici (rail platform floor)
HOW TO GET HERE
You can travel by Bus, Metro, Train or Light Rail. Below you can find the lines that stop nearby:
– By metro: M2, M3
– By bus: AUTOSTRADALE, 166, 53, 81, 90, 91
– By train: RE6, RE80, S6
– By light Rail: 9
From Milan Malpensa Airport, take the Malpensa Express train, the Trenord special train or the Malpensa Shuttle bus which goes directly to the central station.
From Linate Airport, take bus 73 outside the airport towards San Babila direction and get off at the Via Cadore – C.so 22 Marzo stop, change to bus 60 towards Zara M5 M3 for 11 stops and get off at the central station.
THE EXHIBITION IS BARRIER-FREE AND BILINGUAL (EN/ITA).
Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm. Last visit starts at 7 pm.
Closed on: December 24th 2022, December 25th 2022, December 26th 2022, December 31st 2022, January 1st 2023.
We recommend allowing yourself about one to two hours. The length of time will vary on how long you wish to examine each specimen and read the information provided.
- Adults (+ 18 years old) = 18,00 €
- Children/youth (from 6 to 17 years old) / Students / Disabled persons = 13.00 €
- Reduced*= 15,00 €
- Teachers and Journalists = Free admission
*Free admission to teachers upon presentation of their valid educator ID and journalists upon presentation of their national or international press card.Group (minimum 10 persons)
- Adult in a group = 13,00 €
- Children / School pupil = 9,00 €
- Reduced (Seniors)= 13,00 €
*Journalist and teachers , persons accompanying disabled persons with a corresponding registered characteristic, body donors of the IfP, children under 6 years old.
The audio guide is available in Italian and English version = 3,00 €
BODY WORLDS. THE RHYTHM OF LIFE
THE HUMAN BODY AS YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE
From November 4, Dr. Gunther von Hagens, inventor of the plastination technique, and curator Dr. Angelina Whalley, creative and conceptual designer, will present in Milan Central Station the most successful anatomy exhibition in the world – “BODY WORLDS: The Rhythm of Life”.