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'Bodies Revealed' To Show At The Witte Museum

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One of the most jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring exhibits in the world returns to San Antonio this October.

The Witte Museum will host Bodies Revealed, which features carefully preserved human bodies that are respectfully and artistically displayed, an exhibition that showcases our inner beauty, literally.

“Bodies Revealed is a beautiful homage to the human body,” Marise McDermott, President and CEO of the Witte Museum said in a news release. “It aligns with many of the initiatives we hold here at the Witte. You can visit the exhibit and discover what a healthy body looks like, and then visit the H-E-B Body Adventure, where you can learn how to keep your body healthy.”

Bodies Revealed runs from October 3 through January 31, 2016 in the Kathleen and Curtis Gunn Gallery.

Admission is $8 for members and $10 for non-members, plus general admission. For more information, visit the Witte Museum's website.

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