Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences
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Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences information
This small museum features medical accoutrements, including an old autopsy table and herbal medicine chests, a rundown of how Hong Kong coped with the 1894 bubonic plague, and exhibits comparing Chinese and Western medical approaches. Equally interesting is the building, a breezy Edwardian-style, brick-and-tile structure (1905) fronted by bauhinia trees. From the Central–Mid-Levels Escalator exit on Caine Rd, walk west to Ladder Street. Descend one flight of steps and turn left. If you take the bus, alight at the Ladder St bus stop on Caine Rd.