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Dark Philly Adult Night Tour
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Dark Philly Adult Night Tour

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Leave the kids at home, because this night tour of Philly is strictly R-rated. Be led along the darker streets of the city, hearing stories of hauntings, executions, vampires, and other chilling tales. See the city's beautiful historic buildings lit up at night, and find out facts about them that you won't hear on standard daytime tours.
$25.00 per adult
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Cryptic_Tourist wrote a review Nov 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri432 contributions68 helpful votes
I dragged my husband and sister to this museum (my sister was not happy, lol) because I love medical history and creepy stuff. I absolutely loved it! It’s a great learning resource and it’s fascinating to see models and body parts that have diseases on display that you no longer see in the wild anymore. My husband did like it, but, commented that the museum seemed rather small and that it did crowd up very easily. I hope that they end up adding more wings in the future (it seemed like they certainly had some room to expand.) right now they are doing reservations and I was actually quite surprised by how many people they were letting in - but! They’ve got to make money to stay alive. So I get it. The gift shop was also pretty small, I’d love to see more options in the future. Overall, I would highly recommend a visit if you can handle it!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Katherine K wrote a review Oct 2020
Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey220 contributions112 helpful votes
Go if you’re involved in health care. Go if you’re not. Very thought provoking displays and a well stocked gift shop. I would have given it five stars had the lightning and signage been better.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Ali Sang wrote a review Oct 2020
50 contributions8 helpful votes
This museum is a delight to those with a medical background and is educational for everyone! Entrance fee is $20 and they have a gift shop with cute gifts that are medically-oriented. The museum is smaller than I had expected, with 2 floors of exhibits. It was a bit crowded but everyone was wearing their masks and doing their best to stay 6 feet apart. They currently have an influenza pandemic exhibit (though if this was put up before or after the current pandemic I am not sure). There are real organs/skeletons as well as models of what certain diseases would look like. The museum has a small outdoor garden with medicinal plants and facts about each. No pictures allowed inside the exhibits.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Katie M wrote a review Oct 2020
Murfreesboro, Tennessee14 contributions2 helpful votes
The Mütter Museum it just gives you the heebie-jeebies and sad for keeping people in there who have families but anyways I just didn’t like the place.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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SusanMcK_44 wrote a review Sep 2020
Stephens City, Virginia37 contributions12 helpful votes
Fascinating collection included an entire wall of skulls, identifying their ethnicity, age, sex, and method of death when known. Large collection of conjoined twins, most not viable with life. Other anomalies, some created during life, others innate. Especially intriguing was a set of skeletons at each month of gestation.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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