Medical MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Charitéplatz 1, D 10117 Berlin, Germany
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +4930-450536156
- Ticket Price: 7 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Specialty Museums
Medizinhistorisches museum is another museum in Berlin to understand the medical history of the city. It is a hospital museum which has a reconstructed ward to understand the incidents that have taken place in the past. It has a large collection of various equipments and medical instruments that support our understanding of medical knowledge. It was initially known as 'Pathology Museum of Rudolf Virchow'. It basically shows the development of medical sciences over the years in Berlin. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Berlin itinerary 4 days.
- Visitors under the age of 16 should be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
- School groups from 10th standards are allowed.
- Reduced price: 3.50Euro
- Family ticket (5 person–atleast2 adults): 16Euro
- Groups (of atleast 10 people): 4Euro per person
- Groups (reduced): 1.50Euro
- Nearby U-Bahn, S-Bahn, tram and bus station: Berlin central station
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0.45% of people who visit Berlin include Medical Museum in their plan
50% of people start their Medical Museum visit around 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Medical Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Medical Museum
Staff was very friendly, they had a nice collection of medical instruments and oddities (preserved specimens). They could improve the museum by adding English translations directly to the exhibit (they have some but they are in a printed book that you need to use to look up each item). There is a wheelchair available to borrow. And you are not allowed to take pictures.
A very unique place, highly recommended for a visit. It should be warned there is human specimens exposed. It starts with a very nice exposition of how the death state was decided to be determined in humans. Then, the exhibition of the healthy and pathological specimens follows, in the upper floor. Very interesting, specially when you like sciences. Only 5 euros per person, with several discounts available. The bad point: there are only audioguides in German. Inside the museum you find English explanations in paper.
This one goes to tiny Tom, by far the most amazing guide you can have in a museum filled with body parts. If you like some really dark humor from a person who loves body parts, go for a tour with tiny Tom ( no kidding, that's how he presented himself). Otherwise, not a place for sensitive people. Cool anatomical collection, logically presented.
The permanent exhibition is so interesting, especially the specimens. If you don't like tumors and deformed babies in jars, then this might not be for you ;)
So many specimens! They don't let you take pictures... Or pan fry the specimens. The former was more dissapointing, though. Still 5 stars.