Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Bodies... The Exhibition and Dialog in the Dark Extend Atlanta Run

Blockbuster Exhibitions to Remain at the Premier Exhibition Center Through the Beginning of 2010

Due to the tremendous response and sell-out crowds at the Premier Exhibition Center in Atlantic Station organizers have extended the Atlanta run of BODIES . . . The Exhibition and Dialog in the Dark until January 3, 2010. Initially slated to close in March, both Exhibitions have become “must see” experiences amongst Atlanta’s leading attractions.

In a pairing unique to Atlanta, the Exhibitions offer unprecedented educational opportunities that empower and challenge a variety of audiences, ranging from school groups to families. With tens of thousands of visitors thus far, organizers strongly encourage individuals to purchase advance tickets to avoid long lines.

“In three hours I made a commitment to lead a healthier life and understand another’s path just a little bit better. These exhibitions are something I will never forget, that have encouraged me to look at life a bit differently, while enjoying unique quality time with my family,” states Marie Tipany of Cobb County.

“If you haven’t seen Dialog in the Dark you need to go, immediately. This Exhibition, my guide and my group was incredibly fun and thrilling. However, the minute I left I began to think, anything that makes you stop and recognize important details in life is worth it,” states Eric Sullivan of Fulton County.

BODIES . . . The Exhibition includes more than 250 real human body specimens and organs, providing visitors an up-close look at a journey through their own body and encouraging healthy lifestyle choices. Educators have hailed BODIES…The Exhibition as an invaluable tool in teaching students about anatomy, biology, general science and health. Ticket prices are $24 Adult, $22 Senior (65+)/Military/College student w/ID, $16 Children (4-12) and the operating hours are from 9am – 8pm, 7 days a week.

Dialog in the Dark, a groundbreaking Exhibition where guides who are visually impaired take visitors on a life changing journey in complete darkness, continues to cater to sell-out crowds. The Exhibition seeks to immerse visitors in exploration of their senses by placing them in familiar everyday environments and challenging them to perform tasks without the use of their sight, encouraging teamwork, trust and understanding. Ticket prices are $24 Adults, $22 Seniors (65+)/Military/College Student w/ ID, $16 Children (4-12) and Exhibition Center hours are from 9am – 8pm, 7 days a week.

The Premier Exhibition Center is a 22,000 square-foot venue located in Atlantic Station, and is open from 9am to 8pm, 7 days a week. Tickets to BODIES . . . The Exhibition are available at the box office or by visiting Tickets to Dialog in the Dark are available at the box office or by visiting
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