• LOCATION 24 | Historical Pubs of London: A Tipply Trundle Through Liquid History

    The Hunterian Museum

    The Hunterian Museum on London audio tour Historical Pubs of London: A Tipply Trundle Through Liquid History

    Get ready to turn right into the park and we'll head for the covered bandstand in the centre.

 As you walk, you might notice the porticoed entrance to the Royal College of Surgeons on your left. This is where their infamous Hunterian Museum can be found. It's a place where once they've chopped you up they pop you into glass jars, with over 3500 bodily specimens on display, creating the most macabre museum in London.

    You'll find the skeleton of a 7 foot tall man, the brain of Charles Babbage the modern day inventor of the computer and even the teeth that won World War II with Churchill's dentures preserved here to this day.

    After turning into Lincoln’s Inn Fields keep heading for the bandstand in the centre of the park.

    If it’s late and the park is closed then walk round the outside of the park and I’ll meet you on the other side by the Sir John Soanes museum.

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Historical Pubs of London: A Tipply Trundle Through Liquid History