Before you satisfy your desire to look inside the human body let me warn you before your neurons process this review any further: it's going to be expensive. The $24 adult admission price for this exhibit is way too high, especially given the fact that the bodies on display were probably stolen and are being completely exploited since they're being used to pump profits into the blood-sucking profiteers who run this attraction. If you do decide to spend your life's fortune to go here, though at least make sure you come early since even though they weren't "trying to rush" us they made it very clear that the exhibit was closing at 4:00 and then reminded us again that it was closing in one minute at 3:59. There were hardly any patrons on the Wednesday June afternoon we went, though at least so there were definitely more dead than living beings here. You begin your journey by viewing a human skull and then venture towards seeing the different systems of the human body such as the skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, circulatory system, digestive system, and reproductive system. One of the coolest things is being able to see all of the arteries in your body and the nerves that make up what's allowing you to comprehend this right now, however, unless you're very much interested in anatomy one visit here will be enough. Also, while there are some full bodies on display the majority of the displays are just individual body parts but are still interesting nonetheless. The first time I went here I had a better appreciation for my body but the second time I came here with someone else I felt pretty ripped off and like the exhibit was way too short for the pricey tickets to see interesting albeit most likely stolen carcasses.
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First of all, my son had a blast here. But from a parents point of view it was really cramped and their wasn't a lot of room. The toys they had seemed old and needed to be replaced. I don't know if there was enough staff but their didn't seem to be enough people. One of the biggest disappointment was the Lego factory. I thought there would be someone there to give a tour and there was no one. Half the buttons didn't even work. The race track would have been fun but the kids there were hogging all the wheels and there just wasn't enough for everyone to build a car. There was only one person at the café taking orders and I waited in line for 45 minutes for a drink. The large lego people were covered in dust. But on a good note the 4D movie was great and the firefighter playground was lots of fun and the lady working there made sure the kids were safe and made sure to let the parents know that the kids couldn't leave the playground with out their parents present. Of course my son didn't notice these things he was just happy to be there.
The tickets cost $28 per person which is a little pricey but worth it! The theme of the room we did was “Snowmageddon”. Room Escape Atlanta did a great job making this setting feel believable as if a snow storm was coming! There were a few flaws to the scene though like the lady forgot to put one of the keys we needed in the room but it didn't affect us too much! We had so much fun working together to try to figure out how to escape but unfortunately were not successful. The success rate of this particular theme was 27% & we were so close to completing it but nonetheless, we still had a great time! Room Escape Atlanta is located at 314 Auburn Ave. When we went, the building wasn’t marked with any signs that said Room Escape which was kind of sketch. There are two doors at the front of the building- open the door on the right and go up the stairs. There you will find the person who will assist you with your session! I definitely recommend you go to Room Escape Atlanta!