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Musée Dupuytren

Remainder of the Muséum d'Anatomie pathologique of the Paris faculty of medecine created in 1832 by the doyen Orfila with...

Centre des Cordeliers - 15 rue de l'École de Médecine

75006 Paris

District : Musée d'Orsay - Saint-Germain-des-Prés

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Description
Remainder of the Muséum d'Anatomie pathologique of the Paris faculty of medecine created in 1832 by the doyen Orfila with the legacy of Baron Dupuytren, professor of surgery. Collection 1820-1935. The collection is the largest and oldest collection of anatomic objects in Europe with numerous items of major historic interest. Remainder of the Muséum d'Anatomie pathologique of the Paris faculty of medecine created in 1832 by the doyen Orfila with the legacy of Baron Dupuytren, professor of surgery. Collection 1820-1935.
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Architectural style

19th century

Collections

Anatomy, Anthropology, Antiques, Archaeology, Library and cultural centre, Documents, Engravings, History, Instruments, Medicine, Wax models, Photography, Sciences, Skeletons, Byzantium (4th century - 15th century), Middle Ages (5th century - 15th century), Gothic (12th century - 15th century), Neoclassicism (18th century - 19th century), Romanticism (18th century - 19th century), Realism (19th century), Impressionism (19th century), Symbolism (19th century), Fauvism (20th century), Cubism (20th century), Modernisme (XXe) , Expressionism (20th century), Futurism (20th century), Dadaism (20th century), Surrealism (20th century), Abstractionism (20th century), Movement (20th century), Contemporary (20th century - 21st century)

Statute

National

Services and facilities of the establishment
Combined tickets

With the Musée d'Histoire de la Médecine

Business area
Number of meeting rooms

0

Number of private rooms

0

Room rental

No

Entrance fees and modalities
Independent tour

€5. Reduced rate: €3 (students, teachers, large families, holders of musées de médecine pass).

Guided tour

On request with or without external guide

Group tour

Groups of over 10 persons with or without guide: €8 per person.

Free

University personnel from Paris VI and the Cordeliers, unemployed, medical students.

Opening times
Closing times

Saturday, Sunday

Opening times

Monday to Friday from 2pm to 5pm. Closed during university vacations from 15 July to 31 August.

Address details
Musée Dupuytren

Centre des Cordeliers - 15 rue de l'École de Médecine
75006 Paris
GPS : 48.8508625 / 2.3412908000000243

Telephone : +33 (0) 1 44 27 45 45 - Fax :

Contact

Website : www.upmc.fr/cordeliers/dupuytren.htm

Access

District : Musée d'Orsay - Saint-Germain-des-Prés

  • Subway Cluny - La Sorbonne, Odéon
  • Bus 24, 63, 86, 87, 96
  • RER Saint-Michel - Notre-Dame