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Chester: Sick to Death Museum Ticket

1. Chester: Sick to Death Museum Ticket

Explore Sick To Death - a brand new history of medicine attraction in Chester. It offers a playground of plague with a smatter of blood-splatter and a chance to poke into the history of medicine in a fun, interactive & unique learning experience. Prepare yourselves for bad smells, gross gore, a bit of magic and a lot of science and discovery. Meet the Grim Reaper and Asclepius, the ancient Greek God of medicine as they guide you through the weird and wonderful history of medicine. Explore the pestilence-ridden “Diagnosis Alley”, taking care to avoid the deadly diseases which lurk on every surface. Find the reason why autopsies were so important to furthering our understanding of the human body and maybe try performing one yourself, and much more.

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The guys operating the museum were hilarious and so welcoming, they really reminded me of the cast from horrible history’s tv show. Inside was very informative and interactive with interesting facts. I think I would have liked to see more actual things from the medical past rather than facts on the wall, probably would be good to see the marvellous staff interacting more with the visitors inside the museum with their witty medical facts. Overall it was a good experience and my two boys enjoyed it.

The man who greeted us was so brilliant he kept in character which made me eagerto go inside... there was lots of things to discover inside, with things to get interactive with, was very interesting..plenty of selfie opportunities.would it's not very big so don't take long to get round but it's defiently worth a visit

Interesting and well presented exhibition showing the relationship of bugs, microorganisms in our fight over the ages against infections and diseases . Rather gory in places and not suitable for young children.