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LONDON GUIDE

The Millenium Dome

The Body Zone...

The Millenium Dome, Greenwich Dome Body Dome: Body Works Dome Faith

Dome Home
The Exhibits
FAQs
Dome Quotes
Getting to the Dome

Voyage into the human machine and learn how to get the best from it.

This is the most popular zone with visitors. In the first few days of the Dome's opening queues of up to 2 hours were experienced, although on average they should be no more than 45 minutes. To help pass the time in busy periods, the Dome's organisers have laid on performing acrobats to entertain the crowds.

- Shows development of humans so far and into the future
- Body figure is larger than Statue of Liberty

Next Page - The Spirit Zone
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The second of six pages that show you around the key sections or "zones" in the Dome.



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