REAL BODIES at Bally's


While modern medicine can do things that would once have been considered miraculous, the inner workings of the human body remain mysterious to most people. Have you ever wondered what you look like on the inside? Are you curious about how your muscles and bones work together to make movement possible? REAL BODIES at Bally’s allows you to see the human body from the inside out.

This is the real thing, not an artist’s representation. More than 20 human bodies reverently preserved and displayed, along with 200 more anatomical specimens, to give you an incredible view of the flesh and bone parts of ourselves. Every display seeks to show you how the physical, spiritual, and emotional aspects come together to make you the person you are.

What You Will See When You Visit REAL BODIES at Bally’s

REAL BODIES at Bally’s uses real human bodies to show guests the complicated and intricate internal workings of your anatomy. Each body is displayed in a way that demonstrates how powerful and capable the body is, even in the moments that you aren’t thinking about it at all. While guests of all ages are welcome to visit REAL BODIES at Bally’s, discretion is advised as some displays may be disturbing to small children.

As you move through the exhibits, you’ll see the major systems of the body and hear commentary on each one to increase your understanding of the processes involved. You’ll also see a deliberate exploration of how humanity is so much more than the physical body. For example, in the display called “Breathe”, you’ll see a set of smoker’s lungs to understand the impact of cigarettes on the body. You’ll also gain insight into the concept of breathing as part of religious practices around the world.

FAQ about REAL BODIES at Bally’s

Q: Where do the bodies come from?

A: The bodies and specimens in the REAL BODIES exhibits come from Dalian Hoffen Bio-Technique Co. Ltd. They are unclaimed bodies donated to medical schools in China. An unclaimed body is a person who died with no relatives to claim him or her. The authorities conducted a reasonable search within the time set by the laws of the jurisdiction. All of the donations were legal, and none of the people were prisoners or victims of any type of trauma. The bodies died of natural causes and had no sign of any infectious diseases.

Q: How are the bodies preserved?

A: The process is called plastination, or polymer preservation, and it can take up to one year. Liquid silicone rubber is used to stop the naturally occurring breakdown, permanently preserving the body.

Q: What should visitors take away from the exhibit?

A: The experience is a fun and fascinating way to learn about yourself in a way that is accessible and approachable. The human form is resilient now, as it has always been, and visitors should leave with an uplifting sense of hope. The displays highlight the fact that no matter how different people are on the outside, they are remarkably similar at the most basic human level.

Make REAL BODIES at Bally’s Part of Your Vegas Adventure

When visiting, you’ll find no shortage of fun things to do in Las Vegas. Off and on the strip, you can see all the amazing shows, concerts, and more than you expect. If you’re looking for something truly unique, add REAL BODIES at Bally’s to your itinerary. As a bonus, this may be one of the most affordable excursions you take. When you book through Best Vegas Attractions, you are sure to get the lowest available rate, and you can find a $5.00 off coupon here!

Stay In Touch