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Museum of Health Care at Kingston, Kingston

(3.3/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • This place is small, but it has very historical things. There are antique devices such as a old X-ray machine, a anesthesia system and so on. You should visit the museum, but don't think is a huge pla...  more »
  • This is a free. There was a very friendly lady taking care of the place. It’s important that you talk to her to get more from the museum. The museum consists of about six (6) rooms which you can visit...  more »
  • Enjoyed our visit to this museum. Admission is by donation. Learned some interesting medical history on our visit. 
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  • Wonderfully curated history of healthcare with an emphasis on local history. Great exhibits, and friendly staff. Also have other programming such as a baby/toddler program over the summer.
  • Great museum in both the quality of their collection and unique content. Located in the heart of the medical campus it is a little tricky to find but well worth the effort. Definitely take the free guided tour. The volunteers are extremely knowledgeable both in the medical artifacts and the overall history of the town. Interesting exhibit about health initiative effects on pandemic diseases at the end.
  • Very informative. All the exhibits are presented in a neat, clean and logical fashion. For the location which is rather small, they have a decent sized collection. By far the best part was the excellent service on the part of the staff. We were in a tour group and we were treated exceptionally well. A good place to take kids on breaks and for school trips - also a "must-see" for adults interested in the healthcare field (professionally or otherwise).