Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
After an excellent run in 2011, Bodies Revealed has returned to Myrtle Beach's Broadway at the Beach for another successful summer. This limited engagement exhibit was so well received last year that Premier Exhibitions, Inc. extended its stay to accommodate the many people who hoped to see it but couldn't get into it—and even that wasn't enough. Following an impressive Memorial Day weekend opening, the Bodies Revealed exhibit is back and open daily to the public through Sept. 16, 2012.
In addition to this summer's opening weekend crowds exceeding last summer's, it has everyone—and most impressively, the Associated Press (“AP”)—talking. AP recently spotlighted Bodies Revealed as one of South Carolina's most popular attractions in a story they distributed on their wire. Those vacationing in Myrtle Beach won't just want to take the AP's encouraging word for it; they'll want to check out this unique and fascinating exhibit that tastefully displays preserved human specimens and organs for themselves. It allows visitors of all ages to learn about the skeletal, muscular, reproductive, respiratory, circulatory and other systems of the human body.
Bodies Revealed has been organized and created by a team of medical professionals who take up to a year to prepare each exhibit. The bodies in the Exhibition have been donated for scientific purposes and have been preserved through a revolutionary process called polymer preservation. In this process, human tissue is permanently preserved using liquid silicone rubber that is treated and hardened. The end result is a rubberized specimen, preserved to the cellular level, showcasing the complexity of the body's many bones, muscles, nerves, blood vessels and organs.
This unique exhibit gives visitors a three-dimensional tour of the human body in ways only doctors have previously been able to view it.
Bodies Revealed has been designed for all ages and will provide visitors with a stronger sense of connection to their own bodies. Adults will gain an eye opening experience and children will learn the necessity of proper nutrition, regular activity, and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices at an early age. Promoters expect there to be long lines this summer and anticipate the exhibit will become even more successful than it was in 2011.