What do we look like on the inside? How are our organs and body parts structured and where exactly are they located? How are the muscles and blood vessels in your forearm arranged? Just how big are your auditory ossicles, the smallest bones in your body? And how is your neck bone connected to your head bone? In Museum Vrolik – a collection that was amassed in the 19th century and the first quarter of the 20th century – the human body is the central focus.