Discover the world beneath your skin at BODY WORLDS, London

The Life Saver. Credit Jeff Moore.

On Friday 18th January 2019, GTO readers are invited on a special visit to BODY WORLDS London, the new museum experience that has just opened in London at 1 Piccadilly Circus.

BODY WORLDS London brings together 200 exhibits, which build into a journey through the human body exploring all its systems from the reproductive and cardiovascular to the metabolic and respiratory processes to reveal the way bodies work. Understanding what lies beneath your skin allows visitors to become more health-conscious and this is one of the educational aims the creators had in mind when designing the experience.

Uniquely, BODY WORLDS exhibits real human bodies, donated to be preserved by plastination – the process invented by BODY WORLDS’ creator Dr Gunther von Hagens.

The Readers’ visit will enable you to discover all about BODY WORLDS and help you to plan a return trip with your group.

The Ponderer. Credit Jeff Moore.

20 pairs of tickets are available to genuine GTO readers looking to bring a group back.


Friday 18th january 2019

15.30pm      Arrival and light refreshments.

15.45pm      Welcome from Emma-Jane Nutbrown, Head of Marketing & Sales.

16.00pm      Complimentary admission to the museum including audio guides. Explore the exhibition for as long as you like taking in all the incredible displays and understand what it is to be human.

18.00pm      Departure at your own leisure. BODY WORLDS closes at 21.00pm.

How To Apply

The Discover the World Beneath your Skin readers’ event is open to genuine GTOs looking to take their group back to BODY WORLDS in the future. GTOs may apply for a maximum of two tickets. BODY WORLDS is fully accessible. There are places for 20 GTOs plus partners and to apply please go on line to by 30th November. Alternatively telephone Julie Hart on 01424 572089 or email Successful applicants will be advised by 10th December. Failure to advise us of cancellations by 12th January 2019 will result in exclusion from future readers’ events.