Bodies Human: Anatomy in Motion at Discovery Science Place
It could be a little much to take in though, as they are using real, preserved bodies to show off the human body's muscles and internal organs.
They are preserved using a process of removing the bodily fluids and replacing them with a type of plastic.
Having said that, for young biology students, this would be a great way to get closer to our body works.
Executive Director of Discover Science Place, Chris Rasure, told KLTV, "There’s a wide variety of specimens. Most of the full body specimens are posed in shapes that might be reminiscent of sports and activities." Rasure added, "When you go to the gym in the morning and you’re sore in some particular muscle group, you can come and see exactly where you’re sore."
The exhibit will be in place until September and is $8 for adults, kids 12 and under are $6 but children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Get more details at discoveryscienceplace.org.