Places worth a visit I

Berlin Medical Historical Museum (BMM)

As the successor of Rudolf Virchow’s famous Pathological Museum the Medical History Museum owns an extensive collection of preserved objects that demonstrate both diseases as well as a historical overview of their treatments.

An integral part of the permanent exhibition is the ruin of an 18th century anatomical theater.

http://www.bmm.charite.de/index_engl.htm

Admission and Opening hours:

Tuesday – Sunday: 10am – 5pm (Wednesdays, Saturdays til 7pm), Mondays: closed

Adults: 7€ (reduced 3.5€)

Due to the nature of some of the objects, children between 12-15 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

The museum is fully accessible for wheelchairs.

How to get there

The webpage has a good description on all the possible ways to get there.The easiest route is walking from Hauptbahnhof. The museum is on the campus of the Charité hospital.

BMM on Google Maps

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