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As a nurse I really wanted to visit this museum. It is s little out of the way but easily assessed by public transport and lovely old buildings to look at on the short walk from the tube. This museum is packed with loads of...More
this is not just a museum for the young premeds, although my daughter does want to pursue a medical career the museum is filled with specimens of animals which my other daughter who hates the sight of blood was truly fascinated by the different animals...More
Dropped in here one day, as it was directly across the park from Sir John Soane's museum. The museum has a lot of interesting material on the history of surgery and a vast collection of almost every specimen imaginable. Thankfully, I have some medical training...More
Visited here in May 2017 on one of the late night openings before it closes for several years for a refurbishment.
When we arrived, it wasn't too busy and so were able to walk straight in, however as the evening went on, it got more...More
Visited this museum on the last day that it was open before they closing it for 3 (!) years.
Glad we did ! It's a very fascinating exhibition about the early days of anatomy and surgeries, NOT for the faint hearted !
I think it's...More
Now closed until Autumn 2020 (alas), the Hunterian Museum stands at the far side of Lincoln Inn Fields (within the Royal College of Surgeons - it can be easy to miss as there is very little external signage to denote its presence).
Set over two...More
I visited this the day before it closed for major renovations of the building it sits in and not planned to reopen until 2020. It was interesting, and free, but a few things were frustrating with this museum that will hopefully be improved within the...More
We went and had a good hour or so taking in the exhibits at this free museum, which included Charles Babbage's brain and the skeleton of a chap who was known as The Irish Giant.
We were lucky as it closing for refurbishment, which I...More
Inner London’s busiest streets crisscross quiet cobbled lanes for an effect that can be urbane or quaint – or an intriguing blend of both – depending on the particular corner you turn. Due to its especially convenient location, bustling Holborn hosts an excellent range of hotels, eateries, and shops to suit practically any taste or budget. With major attractions like the British Museum and Somerset House
as well as popular areas such as Covent Garden and Soho all just a short walk away, Holborn is a smart base from which to explore London.