Part of the field trip last December was to visit the exhibit of Myth of the Human Body in Taguig City. It was our first stop out of the few places we visited.
At first, some parents had a second thought,worried if our preschoolers would be scared about the said exhibit. You know, seeing cadavers and all for a 4/5 years old was something to consider about. But luckily, nobody got scared. They were all so keen and curious.
|still in the bus waiting for the go signal to hop off|
|the building where the exhibit is located|
|first in line|
|showing she's excited|
|the hall where we waited for our turn|
|stairs going up to another viewing area|
|the viewing area where both students and parents stayed to watch an introduction about the exhibit|
|one of the Gods|
The famous exhibit opened its doors here in the country last October 15, 2010. It showcases real human specimens that were preserved through the process called plastination which was developed by Gunther vons Hagens, a German anatomist.
|front door of the building|
The exhibit shows all the body systems in detailed. From skeletal system to circulatory system. It also shows the sick organs which serves a lesson and a reminder to all the viewers to really take care of the body.
It is a great educational medium to help students or people to educate more about the body. Its simply incomparable to any existing scientific materials present in universities.
|these area is where we are allowed to take pictures|
We were advised not to take pictures to give due respect for the bodies. Just lucky enough to sneaked some snapshots before entering.
I can say that this is a must see exhibit especially for students. So educational and worth every penny one has to spend. Entrance fee is P360.50 each.