My friend and I had been planning to someday visit since college. We finally made it. The museum is interesting and makes meet want to learn more about some of the people involved. The wall of skulls is interesting. It is a somewhat sad museum because of all of the suffering it represents but it is important as a means of showing how medicine has advanced and is continuing to. I probably will not go back but it is worth going to at least once. Only downside is that because it is a smaller museum in a smaller space it can get cramped and hard to see as foot traffic picks up.
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