Museum of Pathology

The Museum of Pathology was founded in 1883 at the University of Sydney. It currently contains about 1600 specimens and is housed in the Blackburn Building. The Museum also contains a vast display of historical medical instruments which have helped develop today's medical technology.

Address: 
5th Floor Blackburn Building D06, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW
Tel: 
0293512414
Hours: 
7am-8pm (Not open to general public - restricted access)
Admission: 
Free
Facilities: 
Specialised tours can be organised through the university tour guides
Collection: 
1,600 items
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Items

Pasteur's broth

Creator:
Louis Pasteur
Description:
One of twelve flasks made to eradicate the rabbit plague in Australia.
Date:
1888

Stables

Creator:
Henry Dangar
Description:
Georgian stables in original condition.
Date:
1828