This museum showcases the medical equipment and technology of the past. The equipment has been preserved and showcased to give you an idea of how medicine worked in the past, and just how greatly the field has come along in the past few centuries! I'm a psychology major and loved seeing the phrenology statue (that showed bumps on the head) they used in the 1800s. The physician's surgical chair looked scary, and the X-Ray tubes are nothing compared to what we have today, but it was impressive they had X-Ray machines that far back.
Overall, I LOVED this museum and thought it was so interesting to see how advanced medicine has become. Amazingly enough, it's free!