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Move to The Serenity Café

11 June 2014

On 1st June, Words and Deeds, Weapons and Wounding opened at The Serenity Café at The Tun on Holyrood Road. We are delighted to be working with The Serenity Cafe, a community for recovery which is open to all, and The Women in Recovery Group.  The exhibition shows the courage, skill and determination of the, often forgotten, women in warfare. The a…

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Surgeons' Hall Museum Closure

20 May 2014

Surgeons' Hall Museum is now closed to the public. As part of a Heritage Lottery Funded Redevelopment Project, the museum will be closed until Summer 2015.

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A Special Musical Performance by Wendy Carle Taylor

6 May 2014

On our final day there will be a special musical performance by Wendy Carle Taylor as part of Festival of Museums and our Great Exhibition event. Join us from 5pm, to celebrate the rich and colourful history of Surgeons' Hall Museum with a special selection of songs inspired by Edinburgh's medical history. 'Wendy has a rare talent. Her vocal fl…

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The Great Exhibition

5 May 2014

Surgeons;' Hall Museum will be closed for redevelopment from 18 May 2014 until Summer 2015. On the 17th May 2014, we will be celebrating the Museum as it was and giving you the chance to create artworks and express your views about your favourite parts of the Museum. Try your hand at architectural drawing, pathology modelling, forensic skull draw…

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Professor Peter Abrahams returns to Surgeons Hall

4 May 2014

Surgeons Hall Museum is delighted to welcome back Professor Peter Abrahams and his sell out talk Leonardo da Vinci: The Mechanics of Man this May.Professor Peter Abrahams, Clinical Anatomist from Warwick Medical School and long-time examiner for RCS Edinburgh will show how many new concepts in anatomical artictic design were unique to Leonardo’s wo…

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