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Not sure what else but Plastinarium one’d be visiting Guben for. But it was worth coming all this way to see it. I am an anatomy nerd so Plastinarium visit was my equivalent of a child’s Disney World’s visit. The amount of craftsmanship, uniqueness, and...More
Walking around the museum now. Watching a real human head being worked on for display. The whole place is full of human cadavers all spectacularly preserved and prepared for display. Absolutely stunning. A must see visit for everyone.
We stayed in Berlin and trained it to Guben, via Frankfurt (ober); 1.5-2 hours. 3 of us return was €29. We got there on a Sunday and the town was ghostly eerie, no one about and not even a bird tweeting or present.
I was staying in Berlin so it was an 1hr and a half journey by train to Guben but well worth it. I went on a Friday in January so it was just me and my daughter and we were surprised that we would be...More
I arrived at 10.30 on Sunday morning just gone and left at 3 pm, there were about ten other people over the course of the day,it was very peaceful. If you have seen bodyworlds and liked it or are just interested in seeing the plastinarium,...More
Been to Plastinarium for the first time and we were absolutely stunned by the work of Gunther von HAGENS. The thin line between anatomy and art seems to disappear here. Still, if you go you have to keep in mind that these are human bodies,...More
Travel_I0ver88 - don't worry as the train is a double decker so plenty of room onboard. Just make sure you check the train schedule at Alexanderplatz and it will tell you times and trains etc. When you get to Frankfurt... More
Travel_I0ver88 - don't worry as the train is a double decker so plenty of room onboard. Just make sure you check the train schedule at Alexanderplatz and it will tell you times and trains etc. When you get to Frankfurt (Oder) the station is small and there was only one other train there to get to Guben. The train conductor pointed us to the next train. Make sure you go to the right Frankfurt though, you want Frankfurt (Oder), look for the second part to the name. If you are worried about buying tickets on board then speak to someone at the ticket booth at Alexanderplatz. Don't worry, it's a pretty easy journey.