Museum of Human Disease

The Museum of Human Disease, at the University of New South Wales, is Australia's only publicly accessible medical pathology collection.

Home to more than 2,000 specimens of diseased human tissue, the Museum of Human Disease provides information to the public about health, disease, human anatomy and biology. Visitors will see and learn about various infectious, genetic and lifestyle-related diseases.

With holiday programs for children and young adults, as well as a detailed year round events program for school and public visitors, the Museum is both educational and entertaining.

Nearby events

  1. Boomerang Bags Sewing Day

    Saturday 18 May 2019 to Saturday 16 May 2020 , Randwick

    Boomerang Bags re-purpose material into bags to stop the use of plastic single use bags. Each month they meet to sew bags which are shared with the community. All skill levels required, people to cut out, iron, pin, sew and label the bags…

    18 May - 16 May