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Hunterian Museum - CLOSED

854 Reviews

Hunterian Museum - CLOSED

854 Reviews
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35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields Royal College of Surgeons, London WC2A 3PE England
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HolbornUnderground5 min
Chancery LaneUnderground6 min
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Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, and Bath from London
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Unless you hire a car, visiting Stonehenge, Bath, and Windsor Castle in one day is next to impossible. Designed specifically for travelers with limited time in London, this tour allows you to check off a range of southern England's historical attractions in just one day by eliminating the hassle of traveling between each one independently. Travel by comfortable coach and witness your guide bring each UNESCO World Heritage Site to life with commentary. Plus, all admission tickets are included in the tour price.
$127.76 per adult
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For those interested in medicine and surgery this is a really worthwhile place to visit. Equally if you are in the area and like good museums this would be a good stop off. It is housed in a fascinating building. It is well laid out and you can spend an hour or hours there
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As a nurse I really wanted to visit this museum. It is s little out of the way but easily assessed by public transport and lovely old buildings to look at on the short walk from the tube. This museum is packed with loads of interesting medical memorabilia. It’s really well
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If you’re into medicine particularly if an MD check it out. The gift shop has some of the most creative stuff.
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Good if you like anatomy and the human body. There's a few gruesome specimens so you might not like it of you're squeamish.
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this is not just a museum for the young premeds, although my daughter does want to pursue a medical career the museum is filled with specimens of animals which my other daughter who hates the sight of blood was truly fascinated by the different animals that were dissected and on
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