The surgeon's hall is located in Edinburgh's medical university and you have to walk past reception, thru some corridors and up the stairs to get there.
The exhibition is unusual as well, ranging from historical exhibits, preparations of limbs and bodies to modern medicine.
Some parts are really eerie, like examples of disease and wounds from past wars (amputated limbs of soldiers who participated in the battle of Waterloo).
Most unusual is a little book whose leather was fabricated from the skin of a serial killer.
Not recommended if you are with small children, highly interesting for people interested in medicine and bizarre things.
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