Resource Materials for Educators & Parents


To plan your visit with school classes or with your family, download our GUIDEs in pdf format. The Student Guide as well as the Family Guide offer various ideas for both preparatory and follow-up work.

This guides have been especially designed for teachers & students of all ages as well as parents and families.

(US version) (EU version)

For teachers and students.
This guide will help to learn more about BODY WORLDS and the human body.

(US version) (EU version) 

 Students complete these questions as they tour through the exhibition.  (Includes answer keys for teachers.)
Please note these worksheets were designed specifically for BODY WORLDS Pulse and some questions may not relate to other exhibitions.


For parents and kids.
This guide will help to learn more about BODY WORLDS and the human body. 

Prior to visiting BODY WORLDS we recommend that students and children review the guide, which is intended to help them become familiar with the exhibits and prepare them to gain the most from their learning experience. Filled with valuable insights, information, facts and exercises, the guide can be revisited after seeing the exhibits, to reinforce lessons learned.

BODY WORLDS is a wonderful opportunity for children, as well as for adults, to explore, discover and learn together. The exhibition's goal is to create an educational experience for visitors of all ages to explore and witness the human body first hand. Allowing an in-depth exploration of the human body, BODY WORLDS presents anatomy in a way never experienced through conventional textbooks, educational tools and lessons. Visitors who are familiar with the nature of the exhibits often have a more enjoyable and valuable educational experience. Please review the materials before deciding whether or not to bring your children/students to the exhibition.

For further information, age recommendations, permission slips & more please visit the museum's webpages.


Audio guides are available for rental at the exhibition entrance. Listen to samples of the audio guide here:

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