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!
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.
Join Catering By Design and Barefoot Botanticals for a wellness workshop and cooking demo at the Mütter Museum.
This Public Health Grand Rounds will discuss how public health should and does recognize that people use drugs, and what we can do to assist them with care and resources until they are ready for help. Topics include syringe exchange programs, overdose prevention sites/safe injection sites, drug-related wound care and strategies for decreasing those wounds.
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Join us in welcoming Caitlin Doughty, mortician, founder of The Order of the Good Death, author of Smoke Gets in Your Eyes and the upcoming Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?.
Doughty answers some offbeat and sometimes gross (in a good way) questions with a mix of guts, gore, science, and history.
Join The Mütter Museum & Hidden City Philadelphia for a tour of South Philadelphia’s Bella Vista neighborhood as we investigate and visit narrow alleys, trinity rowhouses, immigrant banks, undertakers, churches and small factories from that era. With the help of these places we’ll tell the tale of overcrowded housing and poor sanitation, as well as the political corruption that left the city poorly equipped to respond to a public health crisis of this magnitude.
Join us at the Mütter Museum for the Philadelphia book launch and signing of "CHASING MY CURE: A Doctor’s Race to Turn Hope into Action" by Dr. David Fajgenbaum.
A collaboration between the College of Physicians of Philadelphia and Penn Medicine.
The Center for Opiod Recovery and Engagement (CORE) is hosting this Narcan Story Slam to share experiences with this lifesaving intervention around Philadelphia.
Join Leemon McHenry as he speaks about corruption in the pharmaceutical industry during his lecture- "The Miscommunication of Medicine: Industry-Sponsored Ghostwriting and the Crisis of Credibility".
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.