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George Marshall Medical Museum

Charles Hastings Education Centre at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital | Newtown Road, Worcester, England
+44 1905 760738
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Informative Museum

As an ex medic I enjoyed my visit it brought back memories of my younger working life. I would... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
dandlbutler
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Worcester, United Kingdom
So interesting

Combined with a trip to The Infirmary this is a superb gem. So interesting and informative. It... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2017
Unicorn72
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Bristol, United Kingdom
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Charles Hastings Education Centre at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital | Newtown Road, Worcester, England
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+44 1905 760738
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

As an ex medic I enjoyed my visit it brought back memories of my younger working life. I would recommend this Museum which is at the back of Worcester Royal Hospital in the post grad centre and has free parking

1  Thank dandlbutler
Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

Combined with a trip to The Infirmary this is a superb gem. So interesting and informative. It was really quiet when we went which gave us time to really study and read everything on offer. Don't miss this small wonder.

1  Thank Unicorn72
Reviewed 7 February 2017

Took my daughter here on a educational trip, lots of local history is only a small room but by the time you have read all the information, spoeken about the items on show good forty minutes to maybe an hour could be spent here. Friendly...More

1  Thank Avon T
Reviewed 14 September 2016

My foreign student was keen to visit as she hopes to follow her dreams and become a doctor...... She enjoyed her visit and found it educational, interesting and informative... There could be more hands on exhibits!

1  Thank Emma W
Reviewed 7 July 2016 via mobile

Look in on the way home a holiday to see this very interesting museum. You need to drive a long way through the hospital complex to get to the free carpark & then meeting the very helpful receptionist. Although set partly in a main corridor...More

1  Thank SlimJim1940
Reviewed 14 April 2016

Situated within the hospital complex, this museum has its own free car park and lots to look at. Be warned about the death masks, though, facing you as you enter, relics of long-dead executed prisoners. Look out for the leech in the jar in the...More

1  Thank Howarth S
Reviewed 1 April 2016

Went here as a part day out for our anniversary, and it is quite an interesting museum of medical practices over the ages, medical/surgical equipment used, dressings, treatments etc, etc, and great if you have children as there is plenty of interactive stuff for them...More

4  Thank PreacherWoman
Reviewed 21 August 2015

This is a really well organised specialist Museum devoted to the history of Medicine up to early 20th Century. There are a series of display cabinets containing historical information about and implements used by various medical disciplines e.g surgery, nursing , G.P , research ,...More

1  Thank mark666
Reviewed 13 August 2015

I was very disappointed with this Museum. I expected many wonders leading to modern medicine to be shown, especially as I was on the fringe involved with heart transplant surgery with Heenan and Froude's engineered and developed blood pump.[ They were based in Worcester. ]The...More

Thank Roy H
Reviewed 5 July 2015 via mobile

We visited the medical museum on our visit to Worcester.it's only small but very interesting.not somewhere children would like to go.more for adults.I found it very interesting.it didn't cost anything to enter.it was nice to learn how they deal with things then and how medicines'...More

Thank dawn r
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