The Old Operating Theatre
The museum lives in what's left of St Thomas Church, which was once part of a huge medieval hospital.
When you enter the museum you climb a very narrow spiral staircase, which leads you into what used to be the garret : a place for storing medicine and remedies. Today you can find jaw dropping instruments, pickled anatomy and the odd skeleton.
The Old Operating Theatre was built in 1822 and was a place for operating on women and educating students,
Tune into this weeks episode to hear what it was like to be a patient here.