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Online Talks Reprogrammed

8 February 2021

Due to popular demand we have reprogrammed 2 of our online talks. "Death In The Arctic: Harry Goodsir and The Franklin Exoedition" and "Edinburgh Medical Detectives: The Return of Sherlock Holmes" are open for booking now.Each talk will be available to watch until April.We have also extended the availablilty of "A Poisonous Method Part 1: Arsenic. …

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Body Voyager Opening This Summer!

17 January 2021

We are delighted to announce our new Body Voyager Galleries will be opening this summer! The new galleries are the second phase of the museum re-development, with phase one being completed in 2015 when the Museums underwent a £4.4 million Heritage Lottery funded revamp. While the current galleries chart the development of anatomical medical knowled…

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COVID-19 Update 5/01/21

5 January 2021

Due to the announcement from the Scottish Government regarding the new national lockdown in Scotland, the museum will remain closed. We will reopen in line with govenrment guidance.

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Our 2021 Winter Events Programme Has Launched!

16 December 2020

As 2020 finally draws to a close, we have started looking forward to 2021. While we still can't hold live events in the museum we can continue on with our online events.  To kickstart 2021 we have a 3 part talk series on poison which will be delivered by our Curator, Louise Wilkie, as well as a new 2 week course delivered by our Human Remains Conse…

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We're still open!

8 October 2020

Following the announcement made by the Scottish Government on the 7th of October we would like to confirm that we are still open.We will be open as 7 days a week, from 10am-5pm as usual. Things you need to know before you visit: Visitors can make a reservation to visit. Reservations are free to make and tickets can be purchased on arrival. Tickets…

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