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Museum of Human Disease

Ground Floor, Samuels Building, Kensington, Randwick, New South Wales 2033, Australia
+61 2 9385 1522
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Awesome place to get to know your enemy.

My brother, our friend from the USA who was studying abroad at the time, and myself decided that... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
quinni_224
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Cowra, Australia
Interesting and different museum

A lot of reading but very interesting specimens and well worth a look. A lot of information to take... read more

Reviewed 15 February 2017
Bex L
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Wellington, New Zealand
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Ground Floor, Samuels Building, Kensington, Randwick, New South Wales 2033, Australia
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My brother, our friend from the USA who was studying abroad at the time, and myself decided that the Museum of Human Disease would be an fascinating place to visit on a day out together in Sydney. The three of us had a great time...More

Thank quinni_224
Reviewed 15 February 2017 via mobile

A lot of reading but very interesting specimens and well worth a look. A lot of information to take in and not for the squeamish as some very gross exhibits.

Thank Bex L
Reviewed 19 December 2016 via mobile

Extremely extensive collection of abnormal pathological specimens with appropriate amount of education regarding preventative health measures. Would take many many hours to do the museum justice. Well worth the out of the way trip!

Thank Scott M
Derek W, Manager at Museum of Human Disease, responded to this review

Thanks scott. we do enjoy when people say there is a lot to see.

Reviewed 25 April 2016

A small but well curated collection of specimens. Ideal for anyone interested in medicine, pathology, anatomy. A comfortable, well-laid out space.

Thank fawcettanne
Derek W, General Manager at Museum of Human Disease, responded to this review

Thanks for the review. we are very happy that you found the experience worthwhile.

Reviewed 23 March 2016

fascinating and informative everyone should go , it could be a life changing experience.you should definitely take teenagers to educate them about lifestyle choices .staff extremely helpful and welcoming.not for the faint hearted.

1  Thank Marilyn C
Derek W, General Manager at Museum of Human Disease, responded to this review

Thanks for the review. we are glad you found the visit worthwhile.

Reviewed 18 March 2016

Go here, if you are a para-medico, a museum aficionado or a retiree wishing to visualise the inner workings of your body. Trainee nurses and docs and health workers will find a panoply of alarming cancres and football sized omas. It is a slightly dusty...More

1  Thank francesca082
Derek W, General Manager at Museum of Human Disease, responded to this review

Thanks for the review. We are glad you found it an interesting visit.

Reviewed 2 October 2015

I was more than slightly amused by the slogan of this museum: 'Know your enemy'. Very apt. It is an extraordinary little museum, said to be Australia's only accessible Pathology collection, found in the Samuels Building at UNSW, not far from the corner of Botany...More

2  Thank JElliot32
Derek W, General Manager at Museum of Human Disease, responded to this review

Thanks for the review. We are glad you found the Museum visit so interesting.

Reviewed 8 January 2015

I first learnt of the existence of the Museum of Human Disease after stumbling across an interview with the Museum's Director, Derek Williamson, on ABC TV. It is located in the University of NSW Kensington campus and holds a collection of over 2000 specimens of...More

11  Thank MungoDragons
Derek W, General Manager at Museum of Human Disease, responded to this review

Thanks for the review. We are glad you and your son were so intrigued by our specimens.

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