What does entanglement mean for you? How important is science in your life? Are you more drawn to historical objects or contemporary art? Share your thoughts here in English and in Danish In a few months’ time, Medical Museion will open its exhibition The World is in...
WE ARE UNFORTUNATELY CLOSED UNTIL APRIL 6. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL AGAIN.
Tuesday-Friday 10am – 4pm
Saturday-Sunday 12pm – 4pm
Adults: 90 DKK
Students: 60 DKK
Children 7-17 years: 50 DKK
Children under 7: free
Senior citizens: 60 DKK
Things to do
Things to see
MIND THE GUT
Our brain and bowels are under examination. The exhibition focuses on the complex relationship between mind and gut through a thought-provoking blend of science, art and history.
THE BODY COLLECTED
Fetuses, skeletons and DNA. The exhibition presents a large selection of historical collections of human remains from the 18th century to now.
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News from the museum
You are a colonizer – and so am I. Look around you. What did you touch before opening this blogpost? What are you touching at this very moment? Perhaps you are sitting on a chair, leaning up against a wall, touching your phone or typing on the keyboard in front of...
A reflection on curating the Z-time digital exhibition during a COVID 19 lockdown
Bakterier bor i spyt og kan smitte med sygdom. I dag ved vi det godt. Men i starten af 1900-tallet lærte store oplysningskampagner mod tuberkulose os at holde på mundvandet og synke spytklatten.
As I attempt to grow Pink Oyster Mushrooms in my office at home (in a very low-fi DIY version) I am equally disgusted and excited by the presence of the mycelia. I have never tried growing any sort of mushroom before and the process triggers lots of questions and...
In this blog post, I invite you on an introductory guided tour into the conceptual imaginary of the Living Room at Medical Museion. Let me begin with a story. In 1940, a wig was donated to Medical Museion. It was the colour of strawberries and had belonged to a...
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