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Body Worlds: Pulse at California Science Center #Giveaway

If your tweens and teenagers start telling you they’re bored this summer, we have an activity for you. Body Worlds: Pulse is back at the California Science Center. The Science Center first introduced Gunther von Hagens’ exhibition of real human bodies to the Americas in 2004. Nearly a million people saw the exhibit and it’s back by popular demand.

We’re giving away one family 4-pack of tickets. See Rafflecopter below for details.

Body Worlds: Pulse at the California Science Center

The exhibit is recommended for ages 12 and up. “The California Science Center welcomes both adults and children to Body Worlds. However, this exhibit may not be suitable for some children, and the Science Center has determined that a responsible adult must accompany all children 12 years old and younger.” And recommends that parents read the Parent Guide before they go.

If you think it’s suitable for your child, they’ll be fascinated by the special exhibit. “This special exhibition presents the body in health and distress, its vulnerabilities and potential, and many of the challenges the human body faces as it navigates the 21stCentury. Through interactive multimedia, guests will learn about the wonders of the real human body, and marvel at its elegance and complexity.”

Tickets are $19.95 for adults non-member and $12.95 for members. Kids are $12.95 non-member and $10.95 for members. Tickets include admission to see Space Shuttle Endeavor! We’re giving away a Family 4-pack of tickets to use before the exhibit closes February 20, 2018. Transportation to the California Science Center not included. See the Rafflecopter below for details.

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Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post, but I was given tickets to the Body World: Pulse exhibit.




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