The Mütter Museum
America’s finest museum of medical history, The Mütter Museum, displays collections of anatomical and pathological specimens, models, and medical instruments, in a 19th Century setting.
Witness unique exhibits including slides of Einstein’s Brain, the tallest skeleton in North America, a piece of a former United States President, and the curiously preserved “Soap Lady.”
Now Open: New exhibit, Spit Spreads Death: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-19 in Philadelphia explores how neighborhoods in Philadelphia were impacted, how the disease spread, and what could happen in future pandemics.
Service Animals Welcome