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This exhibition offers a unique view of human anatomy, putting real human bodies and organs on display. Thanks to a process called polymer preservation, these specimens are able to retain their physical appearance while halting the decay process. During your visit, you'll learn about the skeletal, muscular, nervous, respiratory, digestive, and reproductive systems. The time it took to prepare the specimens on display ranges from one week to over a year.
Featuring artifacts recovered from the sunken wreckage of the famous ship, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition takes visitors on a journey back in time to teach them about the ship and the passengers on its native voyage. There are several recreated rooms on display, including the grand staircase. On the Promenade Deck portion of the exhibit, you'll be able to experience the cold temperature that the passengers experienced on the night the ship sank.
History and science unfold at the National Atomic Testing Museum. Get to know why the Nevada Test Site was founded, its above and underground tests and non-nuclear programs. The museum chronicles the past and present of atomic weapons and its effect worldwide. Right from its inception, conception to its advancement in current times, are displayed through various exhibits. These include bombs, testing devices, artefacts and radioactive displays.
Voted 'Best Art Gallery' by the Las Vegas Review Journal Reader's Poll, the Art Encounter features a fine collection of various artistic styles. An original and tasteful souvenir might include one of the beautiful Las Vegas artworks, shown by local and national artists. This gallery also features such diverse subjects such as golf, motorcycle, firefighter, Americana and landscape art. Dozens of works are sold on consignment and can be shipped worldwide.
Just wait until you walk into the Double Down Saloon. The walls are covered in weird drawings and vulgar murals. It is located close to the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and has a loyal following. It is a very interesting place if you want to meet a lot of different kinds of people. The drinks here comically named and include a bacon martini. Live bands play here and there are plenty of fun events going on, such as punk rock bingo. It's open 24-hours, so you can come escape from the giltz and glamour of The Strip any time.
House Of Blues at Mandalay Bay is the closest thing you'll find to a blues revival without going to Louisiana. Live music has been presented by some of the all-time great rhythm and blues personalities. Everyone will love the fried catfish and succulent barbecued ribs served here. On Sunday, a brunch buffet is punctuated by some of the greatest gospel singers in the country.