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Bodies The Exhibition, Las Vegas

Categories: Science Museums, Museums
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4.1/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web
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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  • Been through here 3 years ago and it did not appear to have changed or added any displays, but nonetheless this is a fascinating experience. Real entire human bodies and body parts preserved via plast...  read more »
  • As my wife and I were reaching the end of the Strip on a hot day we decided to head into the Luxor for some A/C. We decided to pop in to Bodies (and ended up buying tickets to the Titanic exhibit as w...  read more »
  • The major attractions in Vegas are located inside the hotels, which are spread throughout the city. "The Luxor Hotel and Casino" in the form of a great pyramid and within occur some views, among them is the "Bodies-The Exhibition" that has had one of its franchises strolling through the Brazil. View exposes chemically preserved and dissected cadavers finely calibrated so that the public can learn a little more about the human body. Although there is much controversy about the origin of the bodies on display (some claim that come from executed Chinese prisoners, while the most skeptical say the Chinese black market), the view is very interesting under the educational aspect, without gross or gruesome appeal. During my tour, I watched many parents (including doctors-deduced by technical terms used) explaining to the children about the workings of the human body. There is a special wing in which the crossing is optional, where are exposed bodies of children and fetuses. Although the subject scare a lot of people, the room provides us with the opportunity to see how an embryo develops in women to become a mature baby. I recommend the tour, but about those who do not feel the urge to see the exhibition. TIP: don't buy a ticket at the counter of the exhibition (inside the Luxor), the streets of Vegas for ticket sales jobs with discounts and, in General, are open until the wee hours. Most of the time, will be offered a ticket to another view in the same hotel. NOTE: access to hotels is monitored and if you go into any area other than towards the attractions, make sure it is intercepted by a security guard who will take you to the correct path. IMPORTANT: under 21 years cannot walk freely by the casinos, only accompanied by a responsible person. Avoid disorders because the police in Vegas doesn't mess around.
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  • Truly enjoyed the educational experience. I am a student of medicine and appreciated the exhibit. If you go to Titanic as well it is a better deal. Be prepared for bodies as it is not for the I'll of stomach or children. The body truly is an amazing thing and it is important to learn all about it.
  • A very interesting display for those with a curiosity to the body. The displayed parts were labelled well and with respect to the original owner. The wife ( Medical job ) found it fascinating, I on the other hand felt dizzy and sick after 5 mins and came straight out.
  • Cool exhibition! Definitely catered towards science-minded individuals. A little pricey for the length of the exhibit.
  • It was very educational. My wife is a RN and she read through all the things to see so she really loved it. Definitely check this out and the Titanic exhibit a few steps over inside the Luxor as well.
  • It was great to finally see the Bodies exhibit. We have been waiting a while to see it. It didn't disappoint at all.
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