Thackray Medical Museum

Housed in a former Victorian workhouse, the museum’s hands-on exhibitions appeal to students of all ages. Explore our recreated Victorian street to experience the grim reality of life in the 19th century, discover surgery before anaesthetics and antibiotics and explore scientific advances in medicine. A range of workshops and talks available for all ages including, Victorians, Life at the Workhouse, Florence Nightingale, Tudors, WWI and Florence Nightingale Outreach. Educational resources for teachers available

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