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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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  • We spent probably 1-1/2 hours touring the exhibit. It's a quiet break from the Strip. Very interesting,  more »
  • We are medical professionals. This was fascinating to us. We spent about 2 hours in this exhibit. The specimens are displayed in a way that is easy for several people to view at one time. Plenty of ro...  more »
  • Very educational experience. My daughter is in grad school for Physical Therapy and I had my own personal guided tour of muscles & ligaments!  more »
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  • 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.
  • I wasn't sure whether I should visit this exhibition at first, as it seemed a bit creepy. But I'm glad I did! Everything was presented very tastefully, and it really provided some wonderful insights into our anatomy.
  • Very interesting. A unique look inside the human body.
  • It was great to finally see the Bodies exhibit. We have been waiting a while to see it. It didn't disappoint at all.
  • Really fantastic, I just wish it was free because everybody should see this.