Our day in Buena Park proved most rewarding as we visited the Titanic and Bodies Exhibitions. These are located at what formerly was the Hollywood Wax Museum. We toured the Titanic exhibition in the morning, then broke for lunch and returned to receive a new education on the human body shown with all its parts and functions in full detail at the Bodies Exhibition.
Both have been produced by Premier Exhibitions with the Titanic museum taking you back one hundred years to that ship's ill fated voyage which has in turn made it the most famous ship in history. We were much taken with the docents who are dressed in the ship's uniforms and were most helpful in providing additional information or answering one's questions. And we loved their English accents.
The Bodies Exhibition takes one through a series of rooms each describing the human body from skeletal, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, digestive system and reproduction.
Allow plenty of time for the viewing of either of these exhibitions. Few people will leave the Bodies exhibit without knowing more about the human body than ever before.
The location is 7722 Beach Blvd., Buena Park. For more information check the web at www.buenaparkexhibitions.com.