Old Operating Theatre Museum

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Old Operating Theatre Museum
Britain’s oldest surviving purpose-built operating theatre, situated in a herb garret in the roof of St Thomas’s Church. Built in 1821 for poor women, the theatre has been restored with original furniture and equipment, including a nineteenth-century operating table, surgical instruments and pathological specimens.


Event website: http://www.thegarret.org.uk
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