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Run by the University of Pennsylvania medical school, this museum is a really unique one showing skeletons and organs with crazy diseases from the 1800s and earlier. This is typically the first museum we take visitors to.
The Mutter Museum hosts all things creepy and disturbing relative to the human body. Worth a visit.
a 12 min drive away, the mutter museum is exceptionally different from any other museum i've been to. I wouldn't say you need a strong stomach to go, but if you have an interest in anatomy & medical history then this is the place to go! just make sure ahead of time that they are open.
Collection of over 20,000 unusual, unique anatomical specimens in a museum of medical history.
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