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Exhibition
Exhibition

Anatomisches Museum der Universität Basel

Replace, renew or even heal sick body parts

Today: 10.00 AM - 4.00 PM

04 November 2021 - 30 November 2022

Crude wooden stumps have been replaced by high-tech constructions. Another new approach is regenerative medicine, which seeks not only to restore dysfunctional cells, but even to grow new tissue. This exhibition guides visitors through the achievements of prosthetics and sheds light on the possibilities of regenerative medicine.

Museum

Anatomisches Museum der Universität Basel

OpenClosed | 10.00 AM - 4.00 PM

Pestalozzistrasse 20,  4056  Basel

Opening Hours

Mo 2.00 PM - 5.00 PM  |  Tu 2.00 PM - 5.00 PM  |  We 2.00 PM - 5.00 PM  |  Th 2.00 PM - 5.00 PM  |  Fr 2.00 PM - 5.00 PM  |  Sa Closed  |  Su 10.00 AM - 4.00 PM

Christmas/New Year 2022/2023

24 December 2022: Closed

25 December 2022: 10.00 AM - 4.00 PM

26 December 2022: Closed

31 December 2022: Closed

01 January 2023: Closed


Institution

The Anatomical Museum of the University of Basel was founded by Prof. Carl Gustav Jung in 1824. Original preparations of human body parts, organs and tissue are displayed in the museum. They are shown in a systematic and topographic order and describe the structure of the human body. Exhibits of prenatal development are also shown. Of particular interest is the skeleton, which was prepared by Andreas Vesale in 1543 in Basel, the oldest anatomical preparation of a skeleton in the world.

Admission

CHF 8.00 / reduced 5.00

colourkey Free admission

Museums-PASS-Musées Free admission

Swiss Museum Pass Free admission

Access

tram 11 > St. Johanns-Tor
bus 30/33 > Kinderspital UKBB
bus 31/36/38 > Metzerstrasse

Accessibility

wheelchair available
Exhibition
Blick in die historische Abteilung
Exhibition

Anatomisches Museum der Universität Basel

Historical Preparations

Permanent exhibition

In addition to contemporary exhibits, the Museum possesses numerous, valuable, historical preparations which have been restored using the latest techniques. They are now presented in new displays. Of special historical interest, is the skeleton prepared in 1543 by Andreas ...
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Exhibition

Anatomisches Museum der Universität Basel

Replace, renew or even heal sick body parts

04 November 2021 - 30 November 2022

Crude wooden stumps have been replaced by high-tech constructions. Another new approach is regenerative medicine, which seeks not only to restore dysfunctional cells, but even to grow new tissue. This exhibition guides visitors through the achievements of prosthetics and ...
Read more