Welcome to the PLASTINARIUM!
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Friday – Sunday
10am – 6pm (last admission 4pm)
Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Sunday
10am – 6pm (last admission 4pm)
2-FOR-1 STUDENT TICKET
2 Students……… €10.00
GROUP PRICES – FROM 10 PEOPLE**
Per Person………. €10.00
Children under 7 years of age, teachers and trainee teachers (with ID: teacher ID or certificate from the school), attendants for persons with disabilities (designation “B”), IfP body donors and press.
* Reduced admission
Reduced admission only with presentation of a valid ID upon entry:
Children** and adolescents (7-18 years of age), seniors, school children, apprentices and students (up to 30 years of age), groups of 10+ people, military and civilian conscripts, unemployed persons and persons with disabilities (the exhibition is wheelchair accessible).
** Group visits are possible with pre-registration from Mon-Thurs for groups of 20+ people and Fri-Sun for 10+ people, with or without a guided tour.
Inquire about group visits by telephone at 03561 5474 382 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
***Children under 14 years of age may only visit the PLASTINARIUM accompanied by an adult.
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For groups, we recommend a guided tour.
Groups of 20+ people ____________Mon-Thurs (outside of opening hours)
Groups of 10+ people ____________Fri-Sun (during opening hours)
Price per tour ____________€90 (plus admission)
Length of tour ____________approx. 2 hours
Tours require pre-registration.
A tour with fewer than 10 people costs €190 (incl. admission).
To pre-register for groups and guided tours, please contact:
Tel.: 03561 5474 382 or by email to: email@example.com
ADDRESS & TRAVEL
PLAN YOUR ARRIVAL
The PLASTINARIUM is just a 5 minute walk from the Guben railway station.
The large visitor parking area provides ample space for those arriving by car.
PARENTS & TEACHERS
Teachers and teacher trainees can visit the PLASTINARIUM free of charge before they visit the exhibition with their students. Free admission is granted upon presentation of proof at the ticket office (a valid school ID or written confirmation by the school is sufficient).
Plan your visit with children and young people
A visit enables the authentic study of the human body and thus offers great pedagogical benefit compared to a biology book or other teaching materials.
The following content is taught:
- Exploring anatomy, system by system, from the musculoskeletal system to the nervous system.
- Understanding the independent functions of individual systems and their interaction in the body.
- The juxtaposition of healthy organs and exhibits with pathological changes, for example a healthy liver compared to a liver that is morbidly altered by cirrhosis, or a healthy lung next to a smoker’s lung.
- The intention of the exhibition is to encourage visitors to look after their own bodies in a responsible way.
- A variety of whole-body plastinates that provide a detailed view of muscles, bones, tendons, nerves, blood vessels and organs.
- Exciting and amazing facts about the human body that enhance the learning effect.
- Plastinates in real-life poses demonstrate how our bodies are structured and how the systems displayed interact in everyday activities.
The specimens bear impressive witness to both the potential and the fragility of the human body.
This 27-page guide provides extensive background knowledge and supports teachers and parents in preparation for and in follow-up to the exhibition visit.
A quiz tour for school children touring through the PLASTINARIUM. More than 80 questions about the human body and its systems, designed to be answered during a tour of the PLASTINARIUM.
The anatomy quiz is designed for children in grades 5-8 and imparts knowledge about the human body in a fun way. The multiple-choice questions are designed to be answered during the exhibition tour or in advance at school.
Frequently Asked Questions
The PLASTINARIUM not only showcases insights into the BODY WORLDS but also serves as a site for the production of anatomical specimens. The goal of the PLASTINARIUM is to educate about anatomy and how to maintain a healthy body with its many different systems.
No. Our exhibition area comprises around 3,000 sq. metres, thus offering all guests enough space at all times.
Groups of more than 10 participants are kindly requested to register in advance.
Yes, taking pictures is permitted, yet only for private and non-commercial purposes.
Out of respect for the privacy of our staff, taking photos and filming in the work areas is not permitted.
For editorial recordings, please send an e-mail in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org or register at the ticket office.
No. Guided tours must be registered previously via e-mail : email@example.com or telephone: (+49) 3561-5474-382.
Small dogs may be taken into the exhibition, provided they can be carried throughout the visit.