Warren Anatomical Museum (WAM)
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The Warren Anatomical Museum is part of the Countway Library of Medicine's Center for the History of Medicine.
The Museum's Exhibition Gallery, which displays 300 cases and artifacts from the larger collection, is located on the 5th floor of the Countway Library. The Museum's administrative offices are located in the Center for the History of Medicine on the L2 level of the Library.
The Museum Gallery is open to the
public, free of charge, Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Museum Exhibition Gallery, 2010
Warren Anatomical Museum
Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Please note that the Exhibition Gallery is closed on weekends and
during certain Harvard University holidays. For a full list of holidays
when the Exhibition Gallery is closed please access the
Countway Library's Hours and Holiday Calendar.
Individual visitors or small groups (7 or fewer) need only present a
valid photo-ID at the Library front desk and sign the guest
register. Groups of more than seven, classes, field trips and tour
groups are REQUIRED to make an appointment to visit the Gallery. Group
visits are scheduled according to availability and must be requested at
least two weeks ahead of time. The Museum cannot guarantee that all
groups can be scheduled when desired, so it is wise to have several
dates in mind for a visit.
Appointments to visit the Gallery and to schedule tours can arranged
by contacting the Museum by phone at 617-432-6196 or by sending email
to the Center for the History of Medicine.
Directions to the Countway Library can be found on the Library's main web page here
Photographing or recording the cases and artifacts on display in the Museum's Exhibition Gallery is not permitted.