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Bodies The Exhibition, Las Vegas

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View the human body in a completely different light at Bodies The Exhibition. Preserved human forms give unfettered access to the internal machinery of the body. The exhibits cover the skeletal system, musculature, the fetal cycle, and digestion. These body parts are preserved with a process perfected by Gunther von Hagens that replaces liquids and fats with acetone and plastic. The attraction is not to be confused with Body Worlds, a similar exhibit. It is so popular that copycats have appeared. Save money by purchasing a ticket online before your arrival. To visit Bodies The Exhibition and get the most from your holiday in Las Vegas, create itinerary details personal to you using our Las Vegas vacation builder.
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  • This is a pretty unusual exhibition of dissections of the human body. The dissections are amazingly detailed and there is a lot of educational material in the exhibit to educate you about what you are...  more »
  • I have seen this exhibit before but, every visit is an incredible learning experience. There is just so much to learn and understand about ourselves  more »
  • I went to the exhibition with my daughter who starts her nurse training in September and she wanted to go, I didn't know what to expect and was a bit scared but I had no need as it was very interestin...  more »
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  • So cool! I just wish I was allowed to take my Nikon inside. I am definitely going back. Don't listen to the reviews saying to "look at the pics online and save your money". If you aren't into biology and dissection, don't go. If you are a nerd like I am, GO!
  • My wife and I were looking forward to this and we were a little disappointed. You just kind of meander through different rooms, look at the displays, read some signs about each display. It was just "meh". There were a few parts we found interesting like the developmental stages of a fetus, the different types of cancers in the body, etc. Next time I want to learn more about the human body.... I will just "Google it". I just personally feel that the $40 you pay could be better spent somewhere else like putting it towards a Vegas show on The Strip or maybe an amazing meal. On a side note... BE AWARE that as you enter the casino lobby and make your way to the escalators there are people that may approach you that appear to be casino employees to help you purchase show tickets at a "discount" BUT they are there to sign you up for a TIME SHARE presentation. Skip them and continue to the exhibition. You can buy tickets at the exhibition box office.
  • its cool and i learned new things that i didn't know
  • Very interesting and informative. An excellent exploration of human anatomy in such an effective visual way. Possibly not for the more squeamish or people with hangups about the human body, especially those who might find the sight of foetuses, or genitalia to be disturbing. Possibly a little more expensive than it should be for a relatively small exhibit
  • As an anatomy fanatic, I enjoyed this greatly exhibit, however my family was bored and terrified. I always try to visit whenever I'm in Vegas. If you're a nerd like myself or just want an interesting educational experience, this is easily the best place in Vegas for an interesting educational experience.