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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Bodies: The Exhibition/Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition Combo

Bodies: The Exhibition/Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition Combo

 Two wildly different journeys can be seen for one low price when you pick up the Bodies: The Exhibition and Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition Combo Ticket at Luxor Las Vegas. With over 260 full body specimens, organs, and partial bodies, Bodies: The Exhibition allows guests to see what happens under our skin to learn how our body works and how we can take care of ourselves. It also gives you an impressive view on things touching society like obesity, breast cancer, damages done by smoking and many more. Just next door to Bodies lies Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition and it’s an incredible trip in its own right. View over 300 authentic artifacts that were found in the wreckage of the “ship of dreams.” You’ll see everything from jewelry to a 15-ton section of the ship’s hull. There’s even a fully constructed replica of the Grand Staircase and Promenade Deck of the ship. This Vegas combo ticket is double the fun, and you can experience for less with discount tickets 
Hours:10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Daily. Last admission granted at 9 pm Cost: $55 - $61 Location: Located inside the Luxor Hotel and Casino Age Requirements: Must be at least 4 years of age or older. Bodies The Exhibition and Titanic The Artifact Exhibition Combo is Best Known For: A great deal combining A never-before-seen view of the human body and a wonderful Titanic Artifact Exhibit Other Information: Experts are on-hand to answer any of your questions within the exhibit.


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Thursday, August 13, 2015

Memorial and Museum

 The National September 11 Memorial & Museum, located at the World Trade Center, honors the 2,983 people killed in the attacks of September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993. The Memorial consists of two reflecting pools set in the footprints of the Twin Towers and a plaza of trees, including the Survivor Tree. The Museum tells the story of the events of 9/11 through artifacts that range in scale from the monumental to the intimate, while presenting stories of loss, compassion, 
reckoning and recovery.

Museum Hours: 
April-September: New York Pass Valid 
Sunday – Thursday: 2pm-8pm; 
Friday – Saturday: 2pm-9pm. 
October-March: New York Pass Valid 
 Sunday – Thursday: 9am-8pm; 
Friday – Saturday: 9am-9pm. Last entry 2 hours prior to close. 

Memorial Hours: Open Daily: 7:30am-9pm



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