Fascinating museum full of surgical instruments and dissected body parts in glass jars. The rooms are attractively set out and the exhibits well presented / clearly labelled - accompanying information boards provide an intriguing insight in to the history of surgery and explain the effects of disease on the human body. There is also a 'cabinet of curiosities' containing a variety of strange objects from around the world.
I'm quite squeamish and was concerned that I might find some of the exhibits too gory - far from it - the only things I did struggle with were the films that showed surgery taking place - these can easily be avoided!
The museum will never cease to amaze - and it's free!More