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London, England, United Kingdom
October 17, 2010
From journal Philadelphia and Environs
Peekskill, New York
March 5, 2010
July 14, 2008
From journal Philly: The Good, the Bad, the Outrageous
New York, New York
April 9, 2006
From journal Philadelphia Story
New Haven, Connecticut
April 30, 2005
From journal Philadelphia - From Someone that Knows
March 25, 2004
How did it all start? Dr. Thomas Mutter donated his collections of anatomical and pathological materials he used as a teacher before he retired. From that, the collection grew.
Some of the unusual things you will see are: siamese twins' connected livers and a plaster cast of their torsos, obsolete medical instruments, Florence Nightingale's sewing kit, and President Grover Cleveland’s cancerous tumor.
If you are visiting Philadelphia, and you already visited the usual sights, do the unusual and visit the Mutter Museum.
Hours of operation: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily
Admission: $9.00 Adults, $6.00 Children and Seniors
From journal Unusual places to visit in Philly