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Museum launches advance tickets for Canadian Premier

KITCHENER - Tickets for The Museum’s highly anticipated upcoming feature exhibition, Our Body | The Universe Within, which opens in January, are now on sale.

Our Body is an examination of the human body as never before seen in Waterloo Region – with the use of real human body specimens. The exhibition, which features 20 polymer-preserved human bodies and more than 200 organs and partial body specimens, will take viewers through an unforgettable journey of the human body to provide an up-close look inside the skeletal, muscular, respiratory and circulatory systems clearly shows how lifestyle choices directly affect our health.

In an effort to appeal to children of all ages The Children’s Museum is also presenting other interactive components to bring awareness to different aspects of health. From a traveling feature called Germs, Germs, Germs to interactive equipment contributed by area hospitals, universities and corporations in the health field to a speaker series, The Museum is mounting a show that will appeal to a large audience.

Buyers looking to purchase tickets in advance can do so until December 31st at a discounted adult rate. Tickets purchased before January also guarantee that buyers can be among the first to see the exhibit in its first two weeks which already has five sold out evenings.

Other benefits include extended January weekend hours and discounted merchandise.

Tickets to see Our Body are on sale now and available online at www.TheMuseum.ca.

 

 

 

 

Vol 42 Issue 51

 
 

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