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The structure of the museum Corpus, 21 miles southeast of Amsterdam, near Leiden, incorporates the form of a 115-foot-high seated human figure. On a 55-minute tour, visitors can, for example, climb inside a giant nose, smell fresh hay and feel a blast of wind from a giant sneeze.

Tours depart every seven minutes, with exhibits demonstrating digestion, neuron function and more. 9:30-5:00, Tuesday-Sunday. €16.50 ($22). No children under eight.

No online reservations from overseas yet; from abroad, phone +00 31 71 7510200. Contact Corpus (Willem Einthovenstraat 1, 2342 BH Oegstgeest, Netherlands; fax 31 0 71 75 10 201, www.corpus-experience.nl). To get there, drive A44/exit 7, Oegstgeest; follow the “Corpus” signs. 

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The structure of the museum Corpus, 21 miles southeast of Amsterdam, near Leiden, incorporates the form of a 115-foot-high seated human figure. On a 55-minute tour, visitors can, for example, climb inside a giant nose, smell fresh hay and feel a blast of wind from a giant sneeze.

Tours depart every seven minutes, with exhibits demonstrating digestion, neuron function and more. 9:30-5:00, Tuesday-Sunday. €16.50 ($22). No children under eight.

No online reservations from overseas yet; from abroad, phone +00 31 71 7510200. Contact Corpus (Willem Einthovenstraat 1, 2342 BH Oegstgeest, Netherlands; fax 31 0 71 75 10 201, www.corpus-experience.nl). To get there, drive A44/exit 7, Oegstgeest; follow the “Corpus” signs.