In 1849 the College of Physicians of Philadelphia started a collection of unusual medical specimens for the study of...
moreIn 1849 the College of Physicians of Philadelphia started a collection of unusual medical specimens for the study of pathological forensics. Today, it's become fair to say this might be the best collection of medical oddities on display to the public, including such things as President Grover Cleveland's tumor (removed successfully), an exhibit on conjoined twins, and obsolete medical instruments.less
Definitely dark and sometimes difficult to read the exhibit descriptions. I am someone who likes to read about the exhibits and would have needed another half an hour but our tickets were for 4 and...more
I’ve been to the Mutter a handful of times and I discover something new each time. The museum is small and dimly lit; it can get crowded fast. During COVID they are only offering timed tickets that...more