The Center for the History of Medicine invites you to learn more about the history of medicine and engage with our collections in unique ways through rotating exhibits and special events.

Staff at the Center for the History of Medicine highlight collections through a program of exhibits, both physical and digital. Exhibits at the Countway are mounted in the lobby display area on the L2 level as well as in the Lucretia McClure gallery next to the front entrance of the library on the first floor. More information about the Warren Museum Exhibition Gallery on the fifth floor of the Countway Library can be found here.

All exhibits are open to the public Monday through Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm. Those wishing to see the current exhibit need only present a valid photo ID at the front desk of the Countway and sign the guest register. For information about special tours of the exhibits, please see our Tours and Instructional Sessions page.

To view our online exhibits, visit our OnView Exhibits page.

The Center is also proud to host a wide array of special events and lectures throughout the year. For information on our upcoming events, please browse Countway's Events and Classes page or the "Exhibits and Events" tag on our blog.