The Medical History Museum at the University of Melbourne explores the history of medicine through over 5000 exhibits. It also has the Savory and Moore Pharmacy, a working pharmacy from London that was in operation from 1849 up until 1968.
Nearest Transit: Flagstaff (Line: City Loop)
Medical History Museum and Nearby Attractions on Map
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