The Mütter Museum, and our home The College of Physicians of Philadelphia hosts events and lectures all year round! Check them out below and we hope to see you soon!
Join us for a sip and a session at a member's exclusive Mütter Lesson! Join us as we explore body modifications from around the world and examine museum objects rarely on display.
Join Atlas Obscura for a discussion of the global flu pandemic claimed the lives of millions worldwide and its lessons for the future.
Join us for a blood drive with the Red Cross.
Join Summer Rayne Oakes for the launch of her new book HOW TO MAKE A PLANT LOVE YOU. This book shows how to care for your green, leafy friends while also digging deeper into the reason why we gravitate towards plants and bring them into our homes.
Members can bring a friend and experience private after-hours access to the Mütter Museum, scavenger hunt, see our new Thomson Gallery exhibition Building A Vision, and be the first to learn more about upcoming exhibitions Spit Spreads Death and Going Viral.
Join Tap Twice Tea for a curious tea tasting and workshop at the Museum. Gathered in our medicinal plant garden, we'll investigate sordid tales; the symbiosis of tea, ritual, and meditation; unexpected medicinal benefits and the science and art of tea and tisanes.
Join us for a night where we explore the weird and wonderful world of killer substances both naturally-occurring and man-made. We’ll continue our long tradition of geeking out about the fascinating things that science can teach us with poison-themed lightning talks and poison-free snacks and drinks.
Come visit the Mütter Museum for the annual End of Summer Beer Garden before the holiday weekend with full museum access and specialty sips.
Join us for a night of drawing in the Benjamin Rush Medicinal Plant Garden! Try your hand at crafting your own botanically-inspired cocktail.
The Mütter Museum is hosting a free health fair to celebrate local institutions who provide us health care and health advocacy.
The Mütter Museum helps the public appreciate the mysteries and beauty of the human body while understanding the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease.