Admission for Two or Four, or Young Professional or Family Membership to The Health Museum (Up to Half Off)

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Besides their regular exhibits, the Health Museum is currently hosting Disease Detectives through January 1, 2014, where guests put their minds to work diagnosing hypothetical patients based on their symptoms and lifestyles. Click here to view museum hours.

The Health Museum

At The Health Museum, you are the exhibit—literally. The permanent feature You: The Exhibit lets guests explore the ins-and-outs of their own bodies and the effects of their lifestyles. There's the Body Scanner, which reveals their internal organs. And there's the Feature Change, which can digitally alter one's image to a different gender or ethnicity.

That educational interaction is a hallmark of the museum, which aims to spark curiosity about health and the human body in visitors of all ages. The exploratory atmosphere continues in the Amazing Body Pavilion's Texas-sized organs, such as a 27-foot intestine, a walk-in brain, and an enormous eyeball. A four-chambered heart display shows how the engine of the cardiovascular system runs, and the Scream Booth lets kids measure the pitch of their shrieks. Through these signature displays, and a varied schedule of special exhibits, The Health Museum inspires guests to explore their own inner world.

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    The Museum District

    1515 Hermann Drive

    Houston, Texas 77004


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Museum visit lets guests explore the body; annual memberships include perks such as VIP events, member-only activities & exclusive discounts

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. May buy multiple per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for special events outside normal business hours. Must use promotional value for general admission options in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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