The museum is a combination of five small museums dedicated to medicine, anatomy and the human body, pathology and forensic medicine, prehistory of the body, parasites and more.
Naturally, the one that draws the most attention here is the Museum of Forensic Medicine, with all its organs, victims and murderers. There are skulls, skeletons and mummified bodies, including that of Thailand's first serial killer. Rows of horrible jars containing quite a few shredded body parts left by those who have been the victims of horrific murders. Not easy to see.
You have to be very much into the field of forensic medicine or medicine in general, in order to connect with what you see here. It will be fascinating, if you like TV crime series, like CSI, if emergency rooms do not satisfy your curiosity and mystery, you will surely enjoy seeing the real things.
There is also the Medical Museum, which offers a collection of hard-to-watch exhibits, such as embryos with a multitude of distortions, photographs of serious diseases to watch and terrible genetic mutations. And there are other wonders or fears of mutations, genetic defects or environmental diseases throughout the generations. All these, are waiting for you here.
In the medical museum you will also see Siamese twins, who by the way came from here. Why did they come from here? - Because Thailand's former name is Siam, where the connected twins were from, and this is where the name originated.