Are you an enthusiast of fossils, anatomy and zoology? If so, you can’t overlook the Hunterian Museum, known as one of the biggest and oldest collections of anatomical, pathological and zoological specimens in the UK. This museum has more than 3500 examples of specimens donated by Edward Jenner and Sir Joseph Banks, an impressive total unmatched by any other such collection.
It also has a few more… esoteric pieces:
Like the ‘Irish giant’ Charles Byrne. Or the tooth of a megatherium (extinct giant sloth) donated by Charles Darwin. Or even Winston Churchill’s dentures, for those wanting to see what a set of false teeth owned by a famous British prime minister look like.
Entry is free, except for large groups. More information can be seen in their website’s frequently asked questions page here: