Army Medical Services Museum
Contains collections from the four armed forces medical corps; presents opening hours, museum information and FAQ. [Mytchett, Surrey].
Centre for Life
Provides a programme of exhibitions and events, science education activities, and involvement in contemporary issues. Information about their exhibition, lecture series, and the Newcastle Science Festival.
The Edward Jenner Museum
Discusses the history of the discovery of the smallpox vaccine, museum exhibits, Jenner family tree, and the human immune system. [Berkeley].
Florence Nightingale Museum
Presents visitor information, historical background, exhibits, and upcoming events for this museum dedicated to the famous nurse.
Once the home of Sigmund Freud; now holds his collection of antiquities, his library and study (preserved as it was during his lifetime). Information about their education, research, and cultural programmes, with biographies of Freud and his daughter, Anna. [London].
Glenside Hospital Museum
Houses collections relating to the history of Bristol's psychiatric hospitals. Features visitor and event information. [Bristol].
Medical Heritage of Great Britain
Offers a gazetteer of the history and archaeology of medicine in the UK, with listings of museums, collections, derelict hospital buildings, pharmacies, and other medicine-related sites.
Mental Health Museum
Depicts the story of the West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum, built in Wakefield in 1818. Includes details of exhibits, opening hours, and contacts.
The Old Operating Theatre and Herb Garret
A 19th century surgical theatre discovered in the roof space of a London church, now restored as a museum; includes a virtual tour, details of exhibitions and admission, and background on the history of medicine.
Surgeons' Halls Museums
Describes the collections, exhibitions and learning events at this museum, from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
Describes the medical artifacts displayed, current and past exhibits, and visitor information. With interactive, online exhibits. [London].