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This free museum on the grounds of Case Western had so much information and artifacts from medical history. Lots of information on the history of women’s health and general Health from the 1850s and into more modern times
There were so many things to look...More
We stumbled upon the Dittrick Medical Museum while wandering around University Square and the edges of the Case Western Reserve campus. The Museum is located on the 3rd floor of the Allen Memorial Medical Library building. Its theme tracks how medicine became modern with a...More
Disappointing. Small museum which abruptly halts to bring you into the largest room, containing an extensive display of IUD birth control devices. I have to question the curator's point with this display. Go to Philly and check out the Mutter museum, or the U.S. Army...More
Lived in Cleveland my whole life and never realized this gem was right under our nose. Best allow for 1-2 hours to view this small but informative experience. Well equipped and well maintained. My wife and I both found this place fascinating
My husband, teenage daughter spent 1 1/2 hours. It was really interesting. Quite a bit of reading. History combined with medicine
Techinical pieces, mix with media of the day. Would absolutely recommend. There are also pieces on the first floor, off the library.
Very nice to have free admission; lots of historical items--many ob/gyn; not many cardiovascular (my specialty); covering wide range of medical development--mainly Western; great to motivate kids; a mini museum to show progression of medicine....
Had some free time to visit the museum before the Indians game. Was not disappointed. The museum holds a lot of artifacts from medical science from the early 1900's. Even before. There was a special display/section for the reproductive sciences. Most interesting. It's free (donations)...More
We had about 3 hours to spend in Cleveland. The museum only takes up about half a floor of a building. You can see everything in about an hour or if you read all the exhibit descriptions and explanations, it can take hours. Very informative...More