With the help of numerous models, the Museum of Hygiene can explore the human anatomy, physiology, sexual biology, AIDS prevention and medical equipment.
Museum of Hygiene
The Dresden Museum of Health or the Museum of Hygiene (Deutsches Hygiene-Museum) is a unique scientific institution. At different times, it was used to promote hygiene and to spread Nazi ideas about mass sterilization and the inadmissibility of interracial marriages. Many exhibits created in the museum during the era of fascism are marked with a swastika. This evidence of the Nazi idea of racial purity that led to the Holocleust even today looks unpleasant and frightening in the high long halls of the Museum of Hygiene.
In the huge "Museum of Health" with the help of numerous models you can explore the human anatomy, his physiology, sexual biology, AIDS prevention and medical equipment. Out of competition, of course, is a glass woman, whose transparent figure makes it possible to study the work of internal organs.
The museum building, constructed at the beginning of the 19th century, is an interesting example of the “new materiality” in the architecture of the Weimar Republic. Children under 16 can view the exhibition for free, and adults can use the purchased ticket for two days.
And for kids there is something interesting
How to get there
Take tram 10, 13 to the Großer Garten stop.
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