Museum of Anatomy
Within the Thomson Building is the Museum of Anatomy, known as the Laboratory of Human Anatomy. The difference between this particular museum and the others on campus is that entrance is apparently by appointment only, according to the museum websites (although several people have told me otherwise). The Museum of Anatomy opened in 1902 and has three main collections: the Hunterian collection, the John Cleland collections, and a modern collection, and is also a work space for anatomy classes. It’s one of the spots around campus I really want to go photograph one day. One day.
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