June 26, 2013
Sometimes the most incredible things are closer than they seem. They might be as near to us as our fingertips, or staring us in the face every morning as we brush our teeth. The human body, though so seemingly ordinary to us, is one of the most extraordinary mechanisms on the planet! This weekend, see the human body for what it really is at the BODY WORLDS:PULSE exhibition at Discovery Times Square.
Through plastination, a process used to preserve body parts by replacing fluids with certain plastics, we can see what the inside of the body looks like in extreme detail. To create this exhibition, individuals donated their bodies after death to help teach others about health, wellness and anatomy in a way that is truly unforgettable.
This immersive and interactive exhibition will give you a new appreciation for the mesmerizing mechanics of your own body, so don’t delay! Hop on a Seastreak ferry, and take a ride into the city to see the human body in suspended action.
Discovery Times Square
226 W 44th St, New York, NY, 10036
Have you ever been to a BODY WORLDS exhibit? What did you learn? Let us know on Facebook or tweet us @SeastreakFerry!
Sea you soon,
The Seastreak Family
Filed Under: Destination Guides, New York City