Hunterian Museum
Hunterian Museum
The Hunterian Museum is a tribute to brothers John and William Hunter and can be found inside the Royal College of Surgeons in London.
The museum is filled with creepy medical specimens in jars, belonging to both animals and humans and also demonstrates some early forms of plastic surgery.
The most peculiar specimens include the skeleton of a giant (an eight foot man) and the skeleton of a scoliosis sufferer.
The museum is free to enter and open to the general public, although mainly used by medical students hoping to learn of the brothers practises.
Details of the museum can be found here: