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Stumbled upon this gem on the was to Lazarus' tomb/Church. A medical history in four room. FREE the owner is very warm and informative. HINT! Enter 1st room on the left. Face the window. Look down to your left. Not sure TripAdvisor would publish this, so no photos provided!
A small museum which is clearly one person's collection of medical memorabilia but gives a great insight into how medicine has changed over the years. Clearly been collected with love.
I saw this as it was on the city's walking tour. It's not that impressive but worth a look for those who like a look at the past medical practices. It only takes a few minutes and was free.
This tiny museum is really worth a visit. It's tucked away down a small alley, so you may have to ask a passerby for directions on how to get there. Admission is free, but there's a little donation box by the entrance. Lady in charge is very, very nice. It's a very small museum, but what atmosphere! Most of the... 更多
This blue door museum is actually a private collection of really creepy and interesting items from the history of Medicine, sure to make you appreciate modern medicine and more precisely, anesthesia. What's more, it's completely free for everyone to enter and look, even touch.
one individual's private collection of medical items and images from earliest times to the recent past. a quirky museum that entertains visually though all the information is in Greek
Many thanks for your visit and nice comments. I would like to add that quite a lot (if not all)... 更多
We had really great time there. The museum is not a big one, but has a large collection of medical instruments. We were really pleased by the attitude of the administration. The museum attendant was really willing to tell us about the exhibition and the most astonishing thing - he allowed to touch the exhibit items, which, I believe, is... 更多
excellent museum!!! must visit!!! very good collection and interesting exhibits!!! they explain everything about the exhibits and they let you touch and use them
Starting from the Hippocratic Oath, moving through surgery without anaesthetics, through blood letting up to the 20th century, this small museum is an educational gold mine of the history of the practice of medicine, in general, and Larnaka specifically. Easily accessible by walking, the museum is only open on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. There is no admission charge.