The Museum Of Medical Oddities In Philadelphia Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Philadelphia is home to many world-class museums, from the Art Museum to the Barnes Foundation, to the fun Franklin Institute; however, there’s one museum, located in Rittenhouse Square, that is not quite like the rest. While kids love running through the heart at the Franklin Institute, some people might prefer to actually see some hearts… and skulls… and tumors. Luckily, Philadelphia has just the place for those interested in creepy medical oddities.

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Can you stomach a trip to the Mütter Museum? It’s something that everyone should check out once in their lives! I would recommend eating before you go, though…

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