Our home The College of Physicians of Philadelphia hosts numerous lectures and events for the public. We hope to see you soon!
Enjoy access to the entire Mütter Museum during these exclusive late night hours and drink specialty beers & sangrias in the Benjamin Rush Medicinal Garden including concoctions brought to you by Quaker City Mercantile!
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Eros and Illness is a new book from writer/scholar David B. Morris, focuses on the lived experience of illness—but with a crucially expanded understanding of what constitutes patienthood.
Join speaker/psychiatrist Dr. George Wohlreich, President & CEO of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, for this lecture.
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Over six weeks, draw from the Mütter Museum’s collection of anatomical specimens and models. Specimens not currently on display will be specially selected from the Mütter storage vaults.
Join us for a screening of iconic silent horror film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, complete with a new live score from Not-So-Silent Cinema! Features a special talk by forensic psychiatrist Dr. Ken Weiss on sleep disorders and violence.
As part of Archives Month Philly, The Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia is hosting a special, one-night only exhibit.
Which plague killed 50,000 people? Which one threw the Roman Empire into the dark ages of the third century? Speaker Dr. Mangione will explain in this colorful lecture as part of Ciao Philadelphia.
More details coming soon. Be the first to find out details and for a chance to get tickets before they go on general sale, become a Mütter Museum member today!
Special viewing of The Wistar Institute's pop-up exhibit at the Mütter Museum followed by a program discussing Philadelphia as the birthplace of American Medicine.
Experience this rare opportunity as musicians from the Philadelphia Orchestra play a Chamber Concert in our historic Mitchell Hall above the Museum!
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.