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If you are looking for something a little offbeat but educational and interesting I highly recommend this museum. It is one large room and took us about 2.5 hours to see everything and read about the specimens. The hospital is a little out of the...More
I visited back in May 2018 and still think about this place and look at my photos. The collection is amazing. I found it all incredibly interesting. Getting public transport from Amsterdam city centre was fairly easy and I definitely felt it was worth the...More
I had heard of this on Atlas Obscura so we took the train out from Central Amsterdam. It was on the grounds of the university and I walked right past the entrance at first but then found it. It has many morbid curiosities and medical...More
I throroughly enjoyed making my way out to the university in Amsterdam to visit this unique museum. It’s definitely not for the squeamish, but it is so intriguing to see the human body in ways one could never imagine. It cost €3 to enter and...More
Visited here after my wife found out about it online, and have to admit it was well worth the effort hundreds of jars with different thins to look at very interesting indeed. Only costs €3 to get in and only €5.70 on the metro return...More
The museum is located in a medical university campus. Staff very friendly and helpful. The place has some canteens and coffees shops. The food is simple but cheap and handy. The displayed items in the museum are so well conserved. Definitely unusual things to see...More
Whether you're looking for something unusual or seeking to research this collection is diverse and well curated, covering animal and human specimens. A very atmospheric collection including cycloptic babies, a narwhal horn, preserved tattoos and siamese twins. This collection is incredibly old and the largest...More
I love anatomy museums and I have seen many around the Europe. This is the best! Vrolik has most to see even if it's just one room. At the university campus, look website for directions. Easy to get by train, and what's best, this is...More
I don't know of any other museum that offers this experience. Fascinating to say the least, located in side a hospital/medical school, offering free admission. Seeing these preserved anomalies left me awe, unlike anything else I have seen.
Short train ride from Amsterdam.