Surgeons' Hall Museums
"Surgeons' Hall in Edinburgh, Scotland, is the headquarters of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. It houses the Surgeons' Hall Museum, and the library and archive of the RCSED. The present Surgeons' Hall was designed by William Henry Playfair and completed in 1832, and is a category A listed building."
Nicolson Street Edinburgh Scotland EH8 9DW United Kingdom
- There are seats in the lower level of The Pathology Museum.
- There is level access from the main entrance to: – History of Surgery Museum – Lower Level of Pathology Museum – Upper Level of the Wohl Pathology Museum – Basement toilets The ticket desk to the museum is located on level 3 of the building. There are automatic glass doors into the atrium and there is lift access to level 3 at the back of the atrium. There is a portion of the upper gallery in the Wohl Pathology Museum that may not be accessible to wheelchairs wider than 66cm. However there are accessible interactive touch screens which display the items in these restricted sections. We can provide smaller wheelchairs for those able to transfer. We provide wheelchairs. Wheelchairs are free. We have small folding walking stick chairs avaialble to use free of charge. Please let a member of our team know if you would like to use one.
- The toilets are fully accessible by lift and can be found on level -1.
- In The History of Surgery Museum, videos have subtitles. In The Pathology Museum, videos have subtitles.