The Hunterian Museum is a university museum and the oldest public museum in Scotland. Its collections are second-only in scale to national museums. The Hunterian features many renowned works that include paintings by James McNeill Whistler and ethnographic objects from the voyages of Captain James Cook.
When you visit the Hunterian, you'll find everything from Roman artifacts to historic anatomical drawings. Acclaimed zoology collections, paintings, sculptures, and ancient artifacts populate the museum's collections. There are also temporary exhibitions and special events to look forward to, so the only thing you can be sure about is that things here will continue to be top-tier.
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