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The Hunterian Museum #1
Scotland

An eclectic collection of specimens and anatomy exhibits. Strangely wonderful and a great space to wander about. Lots of interactive exhibits too. Kids will love it.

See more information on their website: http://www.rcseng.ac.uk/museums

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Tags: museum; dinosaurs; exhibits; history; anatomy; sports; medicine
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