The Mysteries of the Mütter Museum

 


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The Mütter Museum was created by Thomas Dent Mütter (1811-1859 ) for the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, USA.

Robert D. Hicks, director of this most wonderful American museums will present a lecture about one of the world's most unusual medical collections. A tour through Doctor Mütter's marvellous collection of human specimens including the plaster cast of the torso of world-famous Siamese Twins, Chang & Eng, and their conjoined livers, Joseph Hyrtl's collection of skulls, the preserved body of the "Soap Lady" and much much more…

  • 6.30pm

Where

Old Operating Theatre, Museum and Herb Garret
9a St Thomas Street, London, SE1 9RY
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£6; conc £5; child £3.50; family (2+4) £13.90

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