Anatomy and Pathology Museum
The Anatomy and Pathology Museum (APM), supports medical and allied health trainees and professionals in their understanding of human anatomy and pathology.
Standard opening hours
Monday-Friday 10am-5pm (not bank holidays)
Last entry by 4.30pm
Planned closures will be shown as unavailable in the booking calendar.
Visiting the Anatomy and Pathology Museum
Walk up visits are welcome but booking ahead is advisable to ensure availability and avoid disappointment. Planned closures will be shown as unavailable in the booking calendar.
Users must bring proof that they are a medical/healthcare professional or trainee in order to access the museum, for example a hospital ID. Upon arrival please report to reception to sign in and agree to the terms and conditions.
- For assistance please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location and accessThe Royal College of Surgeons of England 38-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields London WC2A 3PE
Nearest underground stations: Holborn (Piccadilly and Central) and Temple (District and Circle).
Thousands of specimens on open display for self-study and learning:
- Anatomical prosections - fluid preserved mounted preparations and plastinated specimens
- Pathological specimens - dry and wet mounted preparations with case histories
- Corrosion casts
- Skeletons and disarticulated bones
- iPads provide supporting specimen information, including an interactive anatomical self-test resource
Volunteer with the APM
Volunteer with RCSEng Museums to facilitate user access to APM and provide study support to trainees at all levels in their careers and specialties.
The Anatomy Collection
The collection consists over 1,000 specimens preserved to demonstrate human anatomy.