Human Bodies Exhibition + Audio Guide
Description and useful information
Call it an exhibition, call it an anatomy class – but HUMAN BODIES is much more.
Take off on an exciting journey through the human body interior and get up close and personal with everything our skin tries to hide. Here you’ll see bodies like you’ve never seen them before.
This human organism exhibit that has won over worldwide audiences goes at the CC Arenas de Barcelona. It’ll blow you away with more than 150 organs and 12 real human bodies preserved by advanced plastification techniques.
Human Bodies is a powerful educational tool that raises awareness about the importance of taking care of the organism itself.
Being human, this may be the most unique and personal journey you’ll ever undetake.
Entry includes a free audio guide available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian and Russian.
The estimated duration of the visit is between 60-80 minutes.
- Monday to Sunday: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm (rooms start closing at 7:30 pm)
Special holiday hours:
- December 24th: 10:00 am to 6:30 p.m (last entry 5:00 pm)
- December 25th: closed
- December 31st: 10:00 am to 6:30 p.m (last entry 5:00 pm)
- January 1st: closed
- Admission to Human Bodies exhibition
- Audio guide
The attraction does not give refunds however date and time changes are permitted if made 48 hours before your visit. Changes are not automatic and dependent on the ticket availability of the attraction at the time of the request.
Frequently asked questions
Can I take pictures or videos?
No, you are not allowed to take pictures or videos at the exhibit unless you are a certified member of the press with permission.
Are children allowed to attend?
Yes, but out of respect for the body donors please remember to keep them with you to prevent them from behaving inappropriately.
Are there any other rules?
It is requested that phones are kept on silent, in addition to keeping as quiet as possible for the greatest comfort of all visitors.
Any lack of respect or decency will be reason for non-admission or expulsion from the exhibition.
Who qualifies for the reduced ticket?
Students up to 26 years old, people over 65 years of age or retirees, young people between 7 and 18 years of age, youth card or ISIC, ITIC, IYTC card holders, people with disabilities, and members of large families.
How does the free child ticket work?
Children must be accompanied by a paid adult.
A maximum of 4 children under 7 years old can access the exhibition free of charge for each adult with a ticket.
This free entry does not include an audio guide.
Is the exhibit adapt for people with disabilities?
Yes, it is adapted for people with reduced mobility. Guide dogs are also allowed as well as transcripts of audio guides for the hearing impaired. These guides are available in Spanish, Catalan, English, French, Russian, and Italian.
Metro Espanya (L1/L3)