A really well presented and interpreted, curious, museum stuffed with a bizarre mix of ghoulish/educational artefacts and materials. It's definitely not for the squeamish, but it's incredibly interesting and well worth a visit and every penny of the admission price. Ignore those who criticise the unusual entrance route - so what?! My only criticism is that I would like for more of the specimens on display to have been dated, or dated more clearly - I bet they're probably older than most people realise. I particularly liked (or is that the wrong word?) the objects with Burke and Hare associatons - grisly!
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