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My foreign student was keen to visit as she hopes to follow her dreams and become a doctor...... She enjoyed her visit and found it educational, interesting and informative... There could be more hands on exhibits!
Situated within the hospital complex, this museum has its own free car park and lots to look at. Be warned about the death masks, though, facing you as you enter, relics of long-dead executed prisoners. Look out for the leech in the jar in the home remedies cabinet.
Went here as a part day out for our anniversary, and it is quite an interesting museum of medical practices over the ages, medical/surgical equipment used, dressings, treatments etc, etc, and great if you have children as there is plenty of interactive stuff for them to get involved with, and here's the good news, it's FREE! We ended up making... 更多
This is a really well organised specialist Museum devoted to the history of Medicine up to early 20th Century. There are a series of display cabinets containing historical information about and implements used by various medical disciplines e.g surgery, nursing , G.P , research , medical ingredients ,etc . Contents are well laid out and everything has a detailed label... 更多
I was very disappointed with this Museum. I expected many wonders leading to modern medicine to be shown, especially as I was on the fringe involved with heart transplant surgery with Heenan and Froude's engineered and developed blood pump.[ They were based in Worcester. ]The only good part for me was to see some inter-active programmes for children.
We visited the medical museum on our visit to Worcester.it's only small but very interesting.not somewhere children would like to go.more for adults.I found it very interesting.it didn't cost anything to enter.it was nice to learn how they deal with things then and how medicines' have changed over the years.
This superb little museum is situated in the grounds of the Royal Worcestershire Hospital, about two miles from Worcetser city (on a bus route). It forms part of the Education Centre there. We visited as part of a small Family History group and had booked the time of the guide/curator, who gave us a very interesting and informative introduction (without... 更多
We found this as we wanted a quick place to visit for an hour or so. It is inside the hospital education centre and is free and so was parking past the barrier. The receptionist was very friendly and directed us to the museum and told us about the death masks on a high shelf just before the entrance. They... 更多
The museum is incredibly interesting, and this is another place to go round with a guide. The staff are so knowledgeable and can tell you so much about the exhibits. It really is a one of a kind place to visit.
Visited the George Marshall Museum including parking for free.A nice exhibition set out very well with displays,and information.Good educational visit for older children,and adults.A trail is available for two age groups of children to explore.I am in the medical profession and found it very informative.Allow about an hour,and a cafe is in the same building if you need refreshments.A second... 更多