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 the Mütter Museum and Hidden City Philadelphia for a virtual tour of Kensington in North Philadelphia that focuses on the Irish American community and textile mill workers a century ago. We’ll learn about rowhouses, mills, churches, and hospitals as we explore life before, during, and after the influenza pandemic that killed more than 17,500 Philadelphians in 1918–19.
Once a week during the month of October, the Mütter will stay open late for two hours from 5-7pm, and include a pop-up event from our Museum and Historical Medical Library departments!
10/7 & 10/21 – The Historical Medical Library Presents Imperfecta: The Prequel10/15 & 10/29 – The Mütter Museum Department Presents A Mortuary Mash!
Enjoy limited late night access to the Museum on Mischief night!
Missed out on Mischief tickets? Celebrate with us in spirit from the safety of your home!
Join us for an illustrated presentation on the history of X-rays, in honor of the 125th anniversary of its discovery!
Join Andrew B. Newberg, M.D for a presentation and Q&A about the relationship between spirituality and health, both mental and physical.
This Public Health Grand Rounds will discuss public health metrics and approaches from the Emergency Department to address the spectrum of health of vulnerable populations to the community at large.
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.