Admission to "Bodies…The Exhibition" and "Dialog in the Dark" at Atlantic Station. Four Options Available.

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Human-body exhibit provides intimate look at anatomical systems & guided exploration challenges guests to traverse city without sight

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Expiration varies. Not valid until 12/15. Valid only for option purchased. Redeem day of exhibit for ticket. Must present Groupon at box office in person for redemption. Refundable only on day of purchase. Discount reflects Dialog in the Dark current ticket prices-price may differ on day of event. Dialog in the Dark is a timed exhibition; entry subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Learning about science in a museum is safer than experiencing it firsthand by accidentally ingesting a science textbook. Embrace science with today's Groupon to museum exhibitions at the Premier Exhibition Center at Atlantic Station. Choose from the following options:

Bodies…the Exhibition leads guests on an intimate, education-packed voyage through the human body and its collection of intricately assembled systems. Numerous actual full body specimens and over 100 real human organs—each meticulously dissected and reverently displayed—provide a behind-the-scenes peek into anatomical inner workings, from the corporeal hard drive of the nervous system to the intricate skeletal framework that protects vital organs and the heart’s WiFi modem.

Optionally, Dialog in the Dark strips guests of their sight before leading them through a cityscape shrouded in complete darkness. Equipped with an authentic walking cane, sightless participants follow the lead of one of the exhibition’s guides, each of whom is blind or visually impaired. Relying solely on other senses, groups will traverse various urban environments, where the rumbling palpitations of traffic, drifting aromas of local restaurants, and frustrated whispers of underpaid stop signs volunteer a brand-new outlook of familiar locales.

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