History of The Old Operating Theatre Museum:
The Old Operating Theatre Museum has a long history, as it was constructed by the end of the 17th century when Sir Robert Clayton reconstructed the hospital and church that contains this museum. This museum also contains the oldest operation theatre of the country that was opened in 1822 and it was used till the antiseptic surgery and anaesthetics were introduced.
Collections to See in The Old Operating Theatre Museum:
- Surgical Instruments
- Cupping and Bleeding
- Nursing and Patient Care
- Antiseptic surgery
- Apothecaries and Herbal Medicine
- St. Thomas's, Guy's and the Evelina Children's Hospital.
Tickets and Entry
The general charges for entering Old Operating Theatre Museum are £6.00, but children below 16 years of age have to pay just £3.50 for admission. As far as family is concerned, they have to pay £13.90, which will cover up to 4 kids and 2 adults. For further details regarding tickets, click here.
Operational Hours of The Old Operating Theatre Museum:
Old Operating Theatre Museum opens every day during the week and the opening hours of this venue are from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm.
Contact The Old Operating Theatre Museum:
Use the below specified email address and telephone number to contact the Old Operating Theatre Museum in London.
Phone: +44 20 7188 2679
Location of Old Operating Theatre Museum:
9 Saint Thomas Street, London, Southwark, London SE1 9RY, United Kingdom.
How to Get to The Old Operating Theatre Museum:
The Old Operating Theatre Museum is about 2 minutes walk from London Bridge tube station. Patrons can reach this museum from London Bridge tube station if they head southwest on Borough High Street/A3 towards London Bridge Street then turn left onto St. Thomas Street/A200 to find the destination on the left after covering a distance of 0.1 mile. Directions from The Old Operating Theatre Museum to London Bridge tube station.
The Old Operating Theatre Museum is quite close to Guy's Hospital (Stop K), which makes it roughly 1 second walking journey. So if a bus user heads southeast on St. Thomas Street/A200 towards London Bridge Street, he or she will be able to locate the destination after covering approximately 3 ft distance. Bus numbers that have stops at this bus stop are 381, 43 and N381. Directions from Guy's Hospital (Stop K) to The Old Operating Theatre Museum.