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Bodies: The Exhibition Tours

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Bodies: The Exhibition
Learn about the human body from the inside out at the fascinating Bodies: The Exhibition. Located in Las Vegas, this is the largest permanent human anatomy exhibition in the United States and features 13 whole-body specimens as well as more than 250 organs, all of which are arranged to illuminate how our systems function.
 
The Basics
Take a self-guided tour through the show’s nine themed exhibits, each of which highlights a different system of the human body, such as the skeletal, muscular, respiratory, digestive, and circulatory systems. Specimens include well-preserved, healthy bodies as well as some damaged by illness or poor dietary choices. Docents and specialists are on hand to answer questions and explain certain displays in greater detail.
 
Admission to the exhibit is included with some Las Vegas sightseeing passes, including the Go Las Vegas Explorer Pass and the All-Inclusive Pass. For extra savings, book a combo ticket that includes both the Bodies exhibition and Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. 
 
Things to Know Before You Go
  • Be aware that the bodies presented come from real corpses that were allocated for scientific and educational purposes.
  • An audio guide is available for purchase; there is a separate audio guide tailored specifically for children. 
  • Photos are not permitted, and cell phones must be turned off inside the exhibition.
  • Large bags and backpacks are not permitted.
  • The exhibition is wheelchair accessible.
 
How to Get There
Bodies is located on the atrium level of the Luxor Resort, near the intersection of Tropicana Avenue and the Las Vegas Strip. You can reach the Luxor by car, taxi, or shuttle, or take the free Excalibur-Luxor-Mandalay Bay tram. The resort is walking distance from many other attractions on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip.
 
When to Get There
The exhibition is open daily, all year round, from mid-morning through late in the evening, with shorter hours on Dec 24, 25, and 31. Expect to spend an hour or more at the exhibition.
 
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
After seeing Bodies, head over to Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, which is also housed inside the Luxor. Here, you can see more than 250 artifacts that were recovered from the RMS Titanic and walk through detailed recreations of cabins and other important areas of the ship. The exhibits also include stories about both victims and survivors of the tragic shipwreck.
Address: 3900 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119, USA
Admission: Varies
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Recent Reviews from Experiences in Las Vegas

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Fabulous exhibition
GrandTour34830874849
, May 2019
Bodies was incredible. So informative. Very well presented. Wasn’t disappointed at all. This had been on my Vegas bucket list.
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Very graphic and real. Quite scary...
shemmo35
, Feb 2018
Very graphic and real. Quite scary how complicated the body system works. If you have any interest in the anatomy of the body worth a visit. Combined with Titanic Exhibit as next door to each other
star-4
Very nice exhibit, but on a much...
Michelle P
, Jan 2017
Very nice exhibit, but on a much smaller scale then the one in Philadelphia.

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Bodies The Exhibition at the Luxor Hotel and CasinoAttraction Tickets

Bodies The Exhibition at the Luxor Hotel and Casino

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View an awe-inspiring array of full body specimens and dissected organs, all painstakingly preserved and on display at 'Bodies...The Exhibition.’ Book your ticket for all-day admission to this permanent exhibit at the Luxor Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. You’ll appreciate the complexity of the human body and learn about its intricate inner workings, including the effects of disease on various organs. Get an eye-opening look as you explore at your own pace.
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Go Las Vegas Explorer Pass

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The Las Vegas Explorer Pass gives you an easy and affordable way to experience the best of Sin City. Good for 60 days after your first use, this multi-attraction pass provides admission to your choice of three or five attractions at one price. Select from 45 popular experiences, including High Roller at the LINQ, Madame Tussauds, Hoover Dam Tour, a hop-on hop-off bus tour,  and a show at V Theater. Please note: Enjoy the extra flexibility in case your travel plans need to change: All passes (purchased by December 31) are valid for two year from purchase date and only become activated with your first attraction visit. After activation your pass will be valid for 60 days and/or the remaining number of attraction choices purchased.
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Should I book Bodies: The Exhibition tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Bodies: The Exhibition can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 1 Bodies: The Exhibition tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Bodies: The Exhibition 2020?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Bodies: The Exhibition costs USD 29.49. Guided Bodies: The Exhibition tours start around USD 29.49 per person. See all 1 Bodies: The Exhibition tickets and tours on Viator.
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