Real Bodies: The Exhibition, a thought-provoking exhibition of human anatomy made its Sydney debut over the weekend at the The Byron Kennedy Hall at the Entertainment Quarter. This acclaimed exhibition explores life by displaying real, perfectly preserved human bodies and over 200 anatomical specimens.
Through a compelling narrative that contemplates both the wondrous mystery of the human anatomy and the philosophical realities of birth, life and death, Real Bodies: The Exhibition connects audiences to a deeper sense of what it means to be alive. Founded on anatomical, cultural, and emotional narratives, the exhibition transforms the way we view the mysterious organism we all share – the human body – and reminds us of all the complexity and magic within us that we often take for granted.
We’ve got TWO family passes (4 people any age per pass) to see the exhibition. To enter just fill in the form below. Competition closes May 1st at 12PM (AEDT).
For more details on the exhibit, on now, head HERE. It runs until the 14th of October, 2018, and you’ll be able to use your passes anytime between now and then (some date exclusions may apply).