Named one of CNN's Ten Weirdest Medical Museums in the World, the Pathology Museum is an inspiring Grade II listed space, situated in the West Smithfield campus and part of the ancient St Bartholomew Hospital. Purpose-built in 1879, it spans three mezzanine levels with a dramatic glass roof and includes pathological pots relating to all areas of anatomy and physiology, including the skull of John Bellingham – the only person to assassinate a British Prime Minister. The museum is leased by Queen Mary and presents many stimulating events each year. It has been described as a modern, dynamic venue for risk-taking cultural connoisseurs and London insiders.
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