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I recently went to see my favorite singer Mariah for #TheButterflyReturns in Las Vegas. Being a blogger, I wanted to also do something touristy and the Real Bodies at Bally’s was just the thing. It’s a good exhibit to check out, especially if you homeschool or just have an interest in science.
The exhibit uses REAL human specimens to explore the inner workings of the human body to explore elements of breathing, hunger, the rhythm of the heart, and other body functions. There are more than 20 preserved human bodies and more than 200 anatomical specimens.
The exhibit is broken into different categories. Plan to spend at least an hour viewing the exhibit.
This part of the exhibit is about the respiratory system, including seeing a smoker’s lungs.
Explore the digestive system.
Explore the circulatory system.
These specimens are in active poses. Playing sports or using the muscles.
See the whole brain.
What Becomes of Us
You take a journey down a candle lite hallway, to a what becomes of us. See skulls and bones.
The reproductive system.
See the stages of life from embryo to fetal specimens.
See how repairs can be done to the human body.
A Closer Look
Here’s a glimpse into the exhibit.
The exhibit is located in Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. It is on the Bally’s Lower Level near the Flamingo Road entrance.
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Let me know in the comments your favorite types of exhibits to check out. Is it science? history?
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This is really interesting! I don’t think I’ve seen an exhibit like it before!
This looks so interesting, I’ve never seen anything like it before. I think I would be a little creeped out that they use real humans though
Such a cool (creepy) exhibit!
Yes, creepy is also a good way to describe this exhibit. 🙂
Looks like an interesting exhibit!
What an interesting exhibit! I have seen a similar one in the past and it was fascinating.