Rarely do museum exhibits make as big a cultural impact as Body Worlds has. Using the process of plastination, this "Extraordinary" (The New York Times) exhibition has helped more than 40 million visitors change the way they see themselves and the world. Human bodies are preserved in the scientific method created by Gunther von Hagens to reveal our inner workings, from musculature to the nervous system. This peek beneath the skin features new additions for 2016, in a display especially geared toward "the city that never sleeps," with a focus on challenges our bodies face navigating the 21st century. This one-of-a-kind, thought-provoking exhibit at Discovery Times Square will leave you marveling at the human body, and with this offer, you'll skip the line and go straight to the exhibit.
Body Worlds is recommended for ages 10 and older.