Many of the models and specimens housed in the W.D. Trotter Anatomy Museum date back at least 100 years. Displayed alongside the more modern specimens of anatomy, a walk around the museum brings to life the wonders of the human body.
Tour participants are also invited to participate in some University of Otago PhD research. Ruth Warren is exploring visitor experiences at the Anatomy Museum and has created a short survey to learn about your visit. If you complete the survey you can enter the draw to win one of six $100 Prezzy cards.
This research involves a 5 minute online pre-tour survey and a 10 minute online post-tour survey. If you agree to participate, links to the surveys will be sent to you after you regsiter for a tour. The surveys can be taken at your leisure. Interested in helping out? Tick the 'yes' option on the registration page as you confirm your ticket order.
Bookings are essential. No food or drink permitted in the museum. No cameras or other visual recording devices are permitted in the museum. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.