You probably caught my last post about Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition it was honestly the best exhibit I've been to in Las Vegas but it was right in the era that I am in love with! Right next door to Titanic is Bodies The Exhibition! If you are visiting Las Vegas and these exhibits interest you I encourage you to grab the multi-pass so you can see 3 for a discounted rate! Might as well have fun and save money doing it right?! Both of these exhibits are perfect for families especially those who are looking for a little education on their vacation.
Bodies The Exhibition Las Vegas – Family Travel
I will be honest I am not into the human body but my husband is seriously fascinated. Maybe because he's into the whole kinesiology thing, which in all honesty that word is a mouthful for me. Bodies The Exhibition has put together an amazing and informative view into the human body. Over 200 actual human bodies and specimens, meticulously dissected and respectfully displayed, offer an unprecedented and wholly unique look into your amazing body.
Bodies The Exhibition – The Human Body
I was shocked at what the human body is actually made up of. Don't get me wrong I paid attention in high school during science class but I never took biology or went in depth into what the body was made of I stuck to my more practical courses. Bodies The Exhibition has broken down the human body from the skeletal system to the treated body touching on everything in between including the nervous, respiratory and digestive systems. My favorite part of the exhibit was the lungs and how they compared a healthy lung to that of a smoker and had a clear bin for people to leave their cigarettes in after viewing that part of the exhibit.
5 Facts on You Are What You Eat
- Every time you lick a stamp, you consume 1/10 of a calorie.
- If your stomach didn't produce a new layer of mucous every two weeks, it would digest itself.
- People eat more popcorn when watching a sad movie as compared to a happy one.
- Food can get to your stomach even if you are hanging upside down.
- The small intestine is about four or five times larger than the large intestine.
Bodies The Exhibition Display
I have more fun articles in the making on Family Travel in Las Vegas!