... and we might as well accept that! Amazing look at the many forms that life and the afterlife can take. Don’t take pictures- the guards will catch you and embarrass you in the quiet museum! (Glad I listened to the signs).
About Mutter Museum
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First off, I totally loved this museum. I would definitely go back the next time I'm in Philadelphia. There's even a coat closet to hang up your jackets, and considering we visited when it was in the low 20s, the closet was getting used. It...More
Well, I haven't visited in awhile, but what I remember is that this museum is for those fascinated by more primitive medical methods, and out of the ordinary diseases.
My daughter wants to be a doctor someday and she talked me into taking her her. She thoroughly enjoyed herself. I have a much lower tolerance level for looking at fetuses in jars and bones and brains so after a bit when I began to...More
This collector was obsessed with birth and birth defects. Lots of pickled anomalies in jars. My kids lasted 20 mins before they were too grossed out. Beautiful building. Parking lot right next door, pricy but convenient. Glad to say we have been, but didn’t need...More
A tour guide advised us to visit, and we are glad we did! Info on diseases, medical, dental and mental health over the ages, specimens and equipment used for treatments...this place has it all. We have visited other museums like this and this was the...More
I have always wanted to go to the Mutter so today we went! The museum is in a beautiful old building with the displays in gorgeous old cases. We thoroughly enjoyed the contemporary exhibit, all of the amazing jars with specimens & the different kinds...More
This place is not for everyone or the squeamish,but a great visit and fascinating to see the various artifacts,it's worth spending time here to take it all in but all in all absolutely brilliant and thought provoking
As a medical professional, I found the entire museum to be fascinating! Well, the parts that I could see... more on that later. I lost count of how many times I uttered, “wow, look at that!” So many skeletons, bones, body parts and fetuses in...More
I loved this place, but it is not for everyone. If you like science and medicine, this is a must see. Makes you appreciate technology!