The world's fourth largest hospital, which treats royalty, has six small academic museums. They aren't for the squeamish. The Si Ouey Forensic Medicine Museum (department of forensic medicine, 2nd floor, 0 2419 7000 ext 6547) contains skulls, pickled organs, stillborn babies, crime scene photographs and the body of the notorious murderer Si Ouey. The Congdon Anatomical Museum (anatomy department, 3rd floor, 0 2419 7035) displays human organs and bones from embryo to maturity, including Siamese twins. Two floors down, the Sood Sangvichien Prehistoric Museum & Laboratory (0 2419 7029) looks at evolution.
The Ellis Pathological Museum (department of pathology, 2nd floor; 0 2419 6504) explains diseases, while the Parasitology Museum (parasitology department, 2nd floor, 0 2419 6468) shows preserved worms with their adopted organs. The Ouay Ketusingh Museum of History of Thai Medicine (department of pharmacology, 1st floor, 0 2411 5026) examines indigenous healing techniques.