Private events at REAL BODIES at Bally’s
Private events at REAL BODIES at Bally’s provide an interesting, unique backdrop for private events and corporate parties. A fascinating and introspective space, REAL BODIES at Bally’s creates quite an impression as an alternative to a plain hotel meeting space. Perfect for medical professionals, and health and wellness conferences!
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From the history of body preservation through museum-quality exhibitions of real body specimens to the latest medical advances, REAL BODIES at Bally’s provides an educational, engaging, immersive best private event experience for groups of health, wellness and medical practitioners. Unlike computer graphics, painted plastic models, or anatomical drawings in books, the bodies in this exhibition were once living, breathing, loving, laughing humans. It’s basically a museum of preserved human specimens, organs, tissues and bones. REAL BODIES at Bally’s is the best Las Vegas venue for groups in the health fields and offers deeply discounted group rates for private events.
As opposed to a Las Vegas casino banquet hall or hotel conference room, REAL BODIES at Bally’s is worlds apart and offers a unique and relevant best private event for the health professions. The first body that guests encounter as an introduction, the articular specimen, is a skeleton with muscles and joints to exhibit the locomotive system. As the bones are the building blocks for the rest of the body, this first skeleton introduces guests to the layers that lie ahead in the REAL BODIES at Bally’s attraction. In addition to the educational value of the location, REAL BODIES at Bally’s offers a supplemental Educator Guide so that groups can get the most out of the event venue.
“This is the best private event exhibition I've ever visited. I'm a super fan of museums. This is such a unique exhibition that not only educated me with medical knowledge, but also inspired me by thinking about life. It's amazing!” –Xuejun S. [tripadvisor.com review]
Groups from the health, wellness and medical worlds will appreciate the thoroughly researched history of the preservation of human bodies and body parts in The Anatomist’s Study as they view and discuss the ancient practices of preserving bodies. This is more than your typical Las Vegas tourist attraction and is one of the best private events on the strip.
After leaving The Anatomist’s Study, guests enter Breathe, an exhibit gallery about the human body’s respiratory system. The real body on exhibit in this gallery is stripped of skin to display all the body elements that are required for or affected by the respiratory system. Other, separate preserved body parts include lungs, an esophagus, the larynx, and the blood vessels of the lungs. As they become enthralled with the real body specimens on display, guests will forget that they are in Bally’s Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
After examining the respiratory systems in Breathe, medical guests might witness something they’ve never seen before—a real body on exhibit that has been dissected in half down the median sagittal line—exposing a dissected brain as well as the entire muscular and digestive systems. Other preserved body parts on exhibit include human intestines, gall bladder, liver, tongue, and the stomach. The REAL BODIES at Bally’s exhibition is a museum-quality exhibit in the casino and provides the best educational experience for groups. This is one of the best places for a photo opportunity, and groups of guests are encouraged to take photos throughout the exhibition and share them on social media. Unlike some of the other hotel and casino offerings elsewhere, REAL BODIES at Bally’s allows photographs.
Las Vegas health, wellness or medical conference attendees will encounter several preserved normal and abnormal human hearts as well as 60,000 miles of blood vessels—the amount inside an average human adult body—in the Rhythm exhibit gallery. The blood vessel castings in this section are achieved by injecting a liquid polymer into a specimen’s blood vessels, and the remaining organic tissues are removed, revealing the meticulous mesh of blood vessels within the body. This exhibit gallery showcases the workings of the human body in a new and exciting way to members of the health community. This is a live experience that should not be missed, and with the deep discounts for groups offered by REAL BODIES at Bally’s, there’s more reason for groups of medical professionals to choose this unique attraction as their private event venue.
The next exhibit gallery, Move, displays one of the most strikingly posed real body specimens on exhibit—only guests might assume that they are really seeing two real body specimens, until they read the plaque, where they will discover that this is one specimen’s skeleton holding hands with its own skeletal muscles—showing how the two systems rely on each other for support. Other specimens in this exhibit gallery at REAL BODIES at Bally’s show the relationship between the muscle layers by exhibiting real bodies in poses of suspended motion.
REAL BODIES at Bally’s provides insight into the human body’s different systems, and nurses, doctors, masseuses, chiropractors, dentists, acupuncturists, reflexologists, yoga practitioners, pharmacists, medical students, and other groups will truly appreciate the attention to detail that conference organizers have made to secure REAL BODIES at Bally’s for their health events. REAL BODIES at Bally’s is the best venue for private group tours, or the venue can be rented in its entirety to complement medical conventions and out-of-town groups in the health and wellness community.
More real bodies are on exhibit at work and at play in the Think gallery of REAL BODIES at Bally’s. The dissected human brain is the main attraction in this exhibit. One dissection on display features a specimen comprised only of human brain, eyes and the major nerve pathways. Each individual part of the brain is also on display amongst full-body specimens posed to mimic an orchestra conductor, a darts player, and even Rodin’s The Thinker. Photo opportunities abound in this gallery where groups of guests can also mimic the poses of the bodies on exhibit.
The What Becomes of Us gallery provides an exploration into the physical breakdown of human bodies after death and also visits the ways other cultures deal with the death of members of their communities. Guests walk through an atmospheric hallway to an ossuary modeled after the catacombs in Paris, once again forgetting they are at a private event in the heart of downtown Las Vegas.
The REAL BODIES at Bally’s Love exhibit gallery focuses on the laws of attraction and the biology of reproduction. Male and female real body specimens have been dissected in different stages—some with no skin, some with partial skin, to show the reproductive system. Naturally, this exhibit gallery is followed by the Beginning gallery where embryonic and fetal specimens are on display at every stage of development. Health professionals will be in awe of the exhibit that shows the beginning of human life.
The final gallery of REAL BODIES at Bally’s—Repair—explores the worlds of medicine, wellness, pharmacology, and nutrition. This exhibit gallery discusses how bodies can not only repair themselves but also how medical advances have prolonged our lifespans. Real body specimens on exhibit include The Vitruvian Woman, inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, provides an insightful view into the layered nature of the body’s composition. This body specimen allows close exploration of the body’s complex systems. For example, if guests look under the specimen’s arm, the brachial artery and brachial plexus are clearly visible. Another real body specimen exhibits a knee-joint replacement and surgical incisions. The display on medical imaging features 3-millimeter cross sections of different parts of a human body—the equivalent size of some MRI results. This last gallery at the REAL BODIES at Bally’s attraction best exhibits the importance of the various health, wellness, and medical professions.