Surgeons' Hall Museums
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Surgeons' Hall Museums is home to the largest & most historic collection of surgical pathology in the world. The Museums are open 7 days a week, 10am-5pm.
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If you are interested in how Medicine evolved over time this will be a great place to visit.
Want to see the weird and wonderful history of medicine in its birthplace? Come to the Surgeons hall museum!
This is perhaps not everyone's cup of tea but I find it enthralling. One of the largest collections of surgical material (there are samples and exhibits in jars - warning - some are pretty grim!) and permanent exhibitions concerning the history of surgery, dentistry and pathological anatomy.
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“A great option if it's raining during your stay and you want to be indoors, the museum is free although there are occasionally exhibitions you can pay to see. It's bigger than you might think and recommend you give yourself a few hours at least to look around!”
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