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Entry to the Museum of Human Disease for One Child ($3), Adult ($5) or Family of Four ($15) (Up to $30 Value)

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Get up close to your enemy, human disease, with a collection of 3,000 specimens of human tissue and exhibits on obesity, drugs and smoking

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$3 for Museum entry for one child (total value up to $5)

$5 for Museum entry for one adult (total value up to $10)

$10 for Museum entry for two adults (total value up to $20)

$15 for Museum entry for two adults and two children (total value up to $30)


  • Prepare to be wowed by 3,000 specimens of human tissue, with some over 100 years old
  • See the effects of disease first-hand, including typhoid and diphtheria, which are now rare in Australia
  • Specimens were obtained from organs removed surgically or from autopsies
  • Learn about the relationship of disease and lifestyle choices, including smoking, alcohol, drugs and obesity
  • Get hands-on with activities like the Oculus bionic vision test and artery walk-through
  • Fascinating and informative experience for the entire family

Museum of Human Disease

Museum of Human Disease is located in the Samuels Building of UNSW Sydney. The general public and school groups can take a closer look at the human body with thousands of specimens on display. Learn about infectious and non-infectious diseases and how many of these are related to poor lifestyle choices. Visitors can also read about smoking, obesity, mental health and drugs with a range of exhibitions.

The Fine Print

• Limit of 6 vouchers per option
• Original value verified on: 04 Jan 2016
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How to Redeem

Expiry: 90 days from purchase
• No bookings are required, show Groupon printed voucher or on phone, on arrival.
Valid hours:
Mon-Fri: 10am-5pm

Redemption Address:
Samuels Building, High Street
Kensington, NSW, 2052

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