I walked from the centre of Leeds to this museum - about 2 miles out of town in the grounds of the hospital. There was more at the museum than I expected. The ground floor has a re-creation of a Leeds street with sounds/ smells and was very interesting. A little creepy walking through on my own. Then there were some displays about how people accessed healthcare. Upstairs there were displays about surgery and old medical equipment and a children's section also. The cafe was lovely although a bit pricey - the food was freshly made and served to the table. The shop was rather disappointing - just gifts that didn't seem to relate to the museum's theme. Well worth it although a bit expensive at £7 entrance fee because other museums in Leeds are free.
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