The Mutter Museum in Philadelphia is a medical history museum that displays a number of preserved collections. It showcases anatomical specimens, models and medical instruments from the 19th century.
Some of the features in its collection include a plaster cast and conjoined liver of “Siamese twins” Chang and Eng, specimens from John Wilkes Booth’s vertebrae to a nearly 3-foot-wide preserved human colon to the jaw tumor of President Grover Cleveland and Albert Einstein’s brain, according to the museum’s website.
The Mutter Museum also offers online exhibits that allow you to get a closer look at some of the museum’s physical exhibits. Users can also read more about astrology in medicine during the 15th and 16th centuries.