The museum is situated on the first floor of the Royal College of Surgeons building on Lincolns Inn Fields but is not open on a Monday. You just get a visitors badge at the reception desk on the ground floor.
The exhibits feature preserved anatomical features of both humans and animals, some with specific medical defects. They are well lit and labelled. There are also various pieces of medical equipment on show including saws etc. used for amputations. There are details of laparoscopic procedures too as well as a skeleton showing all replacement prostheses. A film is shown of a brain surgery technique too. In one area there are a few portraits of people with some form of disability e.g. dwarfism.
There is a small shop too.
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