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Wellcome Collection is the free museum and library for the incurably curious. It explores the connections between medicine, life and art in the past, present and future. Here you can enjoy contemporary and historical exhibitions, a word-renowned...more
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I took the free guided tour of the Wellcome Collection. It lasts about 30 minutes and is time well spent! The guide that day, a youngish bearded gentleman, was absolutely brilliant. He was knowledgeable, friendly and witty, engaged us by asking questions, and conveyed really...More
Found this to be an excellent place to spend a few hours with a teenager interested in science. Eclectic collection of curios related to medicine and buildings, interesting but pricey gift shop and one of the best carrot cakes I've ever tasted. Toilets are scrupulously...More
“Global Clinic” 🏠
... referring to a smaller version of a real thing. And it’s these miniatures that in turn give us an exemplar – something we can / should learn from either because they are smaller, easier to handle and get and/or that they...More
I had a few hours to spare before my train home from Euston Station, it was a cold afternoon so I decided to pop in here as a few workmates recommended it. Considering it was a weekday it was quite busy, the cafe was full...More
Fascinating multiple exhibits here on different aspects of world medical history. A small selection of the wide ranging and eclectic collection spanning themes of medicine, the body, life, death, and eroticism from different perspectives and time periods across the world. The pics here focus on...More
On my first call to the Wellcome Collection I decided to visit the Living with Buildings Exhibition with an aspiring architect. Upon entry to Wellcome collection - I was immediately fascinated and excited as the Anthony Gormley figure subtly greets you - hanging in limbo...More
We often come here when we have a few hours to spare. The exhibitions are always very interesting and nicely laid out.
The main collection upstairs is fascinating - loads of interesting things from his collection. The shop is great too - loads of super...More
What an unexpected surprise this place is. It's not just Henry Wellcome’s fascinating collection of ancient masks used in far off places for healing and more macabre instruments used in relatively recent times, the free audio guide is brilliany put together and adds to the...More
We went to visit Wellcome Collections after hearing about it's medical exhibitions online. We found it easy enough & entry was free. The Medicine Man & Medicine Now exhibitions were the ones we went to see & I'm so glad we did. After all the...More
A quirky and interesting exhibition space, showing the effect architecture has on human living ... best bits for me were the two video films, one on the Pepys Estate and its residents, the other on an MRI scan and its participants in Peckham I think...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and