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Mummers Museum, Philadelphia

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  • Well! for the cost of a well deserved donation, you can TRY ON mummer costumes, see some of the awards and award winners UP CLOSE, learn a bit about how they are constructed, listen to some mummer mus...  more »
  • They had many insturments from over time, several interactive displays a tryon section for costumes. Hall of Fame is there as well  more »
  • This is a very different museum of many odd and weird medical abnormalities, instruments and more.For all who are interested in the history of medicine and medical treatment. It is very different and ...  more »
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  • I have never experienced a more unprofessional staff in my life! Trudi St Marie and Mark Montanaro were disrespectful to my entire family while attending an event at the mummers museum. Trudi screamed at our 5-8 year old children calling them animals for running up the stairs and acting like children. Mark was observed inviting people into the party that were not invited guests. When my family approached them Trudi called us drunk and began screaming "this is my museum" get out. Trudi and Mark are ignorant disrespectful and lack a severe amount of customer service. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS HALL! PLEASE DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND GO ELSEWHERE!
  • Thanks for the tour for our group!!! Our guide was amazing!!! Private school from Brooklyn, NY.
  • The mummers are a bunch of drunken assholes and the only reason I went here was to try to be more accepting. This museum added nothing to my life. Come if you want to pretend to be interested by facts about the mummers origins and want to try on dusty and lice ridden costumes.
  • Definitely not something most people know much about but one person in our party did and it was worth the visit. A labor of love for those involved and a rich history. Just take some time to take it in. Admission is free although donations are accepted. Not hard to find and the staff is friendly and knowledgable. Fascinating slice of culture..
  • We stayed on 2 st we love the mummers but keep it the same no change broad st