University of Melbourne, Medical History Museum http://www.chs.unimelb.edu.au/programs/jnmhu/museum
Museum Victoria http://museumvictoria.com.au/
Florence Nightingale Museum Web Site http://www.florence-nightingale.co.uk/
Freud Museum http://www.freud.org.uk/
The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery http://www.hunterian.gla.ac.uk/
London’s Museums of Health and Medicine
Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/ Located in the recently restored Old Ashmolean building, this museum has since 1996 maintained close ties to the history of science at Oxford; students in that field study at the museum and mount exhibits featuring the collections. Staff maintain a listserve for the history of scientific instrumentation.
St. Thomas’ Hospital and Old Operating Theatre (London) http://www.thegarret.org.uk/index.htm This fascinating historic interior is situated in an intriguing situation: in the ‘herb garret’ of St. Thomas’s Church – built by Wren’s master mason Thomas Cartwright. Britain’s oldest surviving Operating Theatre has been restored with much original furniture, including a 19th Century operating table. The museum displays the history of herbal medicine, surgery, nursing at Old St. Thomas’s (the original home of Florence Nightingale’s Nursing School Florence Nightingale Museum) and Guy’s and the Evelina Children’s hospitals. It provides a dramatic insight into life before the modern era.
Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds, England https://www.thackraymedicalmuseum.co.uk
The Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine http://library.wellcome.ac.uk/ The premier research institution for the history of medicine. Holdings include: around 600,000 printed volumes, including 66,000 pre-1851; approximately 7,000 journals; manuscript and archive collections; Oriental Collections comprising (4,000 printed books and 11,000 manuscripts); and the Iconographic Collections housing 100,000 prints, drawings, photographs and paintings. Maintain on-line catalog of holdings, as well as Current Work in the History of Medicine.
Whipple Museum of the History of Science, Cambridge, England http://www.hps.cam.ac.uk/whipple/ The Whipple Museum is named for Robert S. Whipple, of the Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, who in 1944 donated his collection of nearly 2000 antique scientific instruments and books to Cambridge University. The collection of scientific instruments, models, prints and related objects covers all branches of science and its applications from physics to phrenology and from magnetism to microscopy. The museum moved into its current home, the old Perse School, in 1959 and has played an active role in the teaching and research of the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge.
The Museum of Health Care at Kingston http://www.museumofhealthcare.ca/
The Ann Baillie Building, a historic limestone building on George Street on the property of the Kingston General Hospital, is the home of the Museum. More than 27,000 artifacts have been acquired, of which 13,000 are fully accessioned. The Museum sponsors displays on site, outreach galleries in the Kingston health care community, and outreach education programs, and is open for visits.
Osler Library of the History of Medicine http://www.mcgill.ca/osler-library/
Czech Pharmaceutical Museum http://www.ceska-apatyka.cz/english/history/
The Steno Museum, University of Aarhus
Musée de l’Histoire de la Médecine, Universite Rene Descartes (Paris V) http://www.bium.univ-paris5.fr/musee/ A very rich collection of historical instruments for surgery, physiology, and medicine awaits the visitor to this museum. These objects, having belonged to prominent surgeons and physicians, permit one to trace the history of medicine from antiquity to the dawn of the 20th century.
Museum of the History of Medicine and Pharmacy
Musee Pasteur, Paris http://www.musee-pasteur.com/ Founded in 1936, this museum preserves the memory of the life and work of Louis Pasteur in the vast apartment that he occupied during the last seven years of his life, from 1888 to 1895. This museum contains not only a gallery of scientific objects illustrating Pasteur’s work, but also a funerary chapel in the Byzantine style where Louis Pasteur is interred.
A Traveler’s Guide to the History of Biology and Medicine, original guide by by Dr. Eric T. (Ted) Pengelley, updated by Julius P. Bonello, M.D.
Homepage des Deutschen Apotheken-Museums im Heidelberger Schloß http://www.deutsches-apotheken-museum.de/
Hygiene Museum, Dresden http://www.dhmd.de/neu/index.php?id=188
Museum Boerhaave http://www.museumboerhaave.nl The principal museum of the history of science, technology, and medicine in the Netherlands, located in Leiden
Museu de História da Medicina Professor Maximiano Lemos https://museumaximianolemos.med.up.pt/index.php
Universidade do Porto, Os Museus da Universidade, Porto, Portugal http://www.ipmuseus.pt/
Adler Museum of Medicine https://www.wits.ac.za/health/adlermuseum/
The Museum is situated in the foyer of the University of the Witwatersrand Medical School, 7 York Road, Parktown, Johannesburg, South Africa
Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine, University of Zurich http://www.ibme.uzh.ch/en/historyofmedicine.html
National Museum of Iceland – Exhibitions – Medical Museum, Nesstofa https://www.nat.is/Museums/nesstofa_seltjnes.htm
Medical History Society of Nova Scotia