Body Worlds Exhibition London
So earlier this week I was invited along to have a look at the Body Worlds Exhibition as it takes up it's new home here in London's West end in Piccadilly Circus.
It's new home is what used to be the Ripley's Believe it or Not and is easily accessible from the tube with the Piccadilly Line and Bakerloo line entrance just outside the main entrance.
The exhibition itself has been on tour but now has an incredible space now to draw in the crowds. From the start of the exhibition you are given a head set that works at different points during the exhibition giving you extra information as you walk round. There are also different points where you can point part of the set for extra things.
One thing that struck me is how much you actually learn and can get involved with as you walk round. It struck me that it's completely education and theres nothing commercialised to get you as you walk round.
I completely think it's worth the money to visit, crowds are taking a good few hours to get round and I can see why as there is a lot to take in on each level.
It is worth noting there is a cloakroom before you enter the museum as you are only allowed a small bag for your journey round. There is also lift access and stair access on each floor as well.
Overall I was really impressed and can see the exhibition staying in London for a long time. It's also the only one open on Christmas day as well if you are looking for things to do this Christmas.
If you have seen the exhibition drop a comment below and let me know what you thought.
Have a great weekend