Real Bodies at Bally’s gives visitors an up-close, inside look at the human anatomy. There are over 20 bodies and hundreds of anatomical structures on display. You’ll easily be able to learn about how your body performs the simplest functions that we take for granted, like breathing, and about its more complex systems.
Here, the human body is presented differently than you probably remember it in science class. There’s more to it than just anatomy. Real Bodies explores the historical, cultural, and emotional factors of humans too. The exhibit is designed to educate everyone in relatable terms.
Experience a wall of bones, moving body sculptures, and up-to-date information on the coronavirus. There’s now a separate section of the exhibit specifically dedicated to the coronavirus; what it is, how it originated, and how it’s affecting our bodies. This complex issue is broken down with the latest science-based information.
, Medical and Frontline Workers To show their appreciation during the pandemic, Real Bodies at Bally’s has announced that on National Doctors’ Day, Tuesday, March 30, the first 100 doctors, nurses, or first responders who present their I.D. will receive free admission!
Real Bodies is open every day from 11 am to 8 pm. Tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for children.
Take the time to enjoy this unique experience. You will be amazed at what your body is capable of!