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The Mutter Museum is one of the most unusual attractions in Philadelphia. Opened in 1863 by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, the museum's creation centered around a collection of medical oddities donated by local doctor Thomas Mutter. From there the collection grew in both size and popularity. The Mutter Museum now has over 20,000 artifacts and attracts 130,000 visitors per year.

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Apple Hostels
Apple Hostels
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8.7
Excellent
32 Bank Street, Philadelphia
from $22
Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia Northeast
Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia Northeast
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7.3
Good
9461 Roosevelt Blvd, Philadelphia
from $89
Philadelphia Center City Residence Inn by Marriott
Philadelphia Center City Residence Inn by Marriott
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8.5
Excellent
1 E Penn Sq, Philadelphia
from $109
Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel
Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel
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7.7
Good
201 North 17th Street, Philadelphia
from $92
Renaissance Philadelphia Airport Hotel
Renaissance Philadelphia Airport Hotel
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8.0
Excellent
500 Stevens Dr, Philadelphia
from $82
Four Points By Sheraton Philadelphia Airport
Four Points By Sheraton Philadelphia Airport
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7.3
Good
4101a Island Ave, Philadelphia
from $88
Extended Stay America Philadelphia-Airport- Bartram Ave.
Extended Stay America Philadelphia-Airport- Bartram Ave.
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6.1
Good
8880 Bartram Ave, Philadelphia
from $72
Philadelphia Airport Marriott
Philadelphia Airport Marriott
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8.4
Excellent
1 Arrivals Rd, Philadelphia
from $127
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
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8.4
Excellent
1201 Market St, Philadelphia
from $103
Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing
Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing
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8.6
Excellent
201 S Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia
from $111
More About Hotels near Mütter Museum...

A Museum of Medical Oddities

The Mutter strives to bring an intimate perspective to some of the strange conditions that physicians study. It hides many unique treasures in its stately dark wood walls: over 139 unique human skulls, 19th century anatomical models, preserved organs, and a slice of Albert Einstein's brain. Non-organic exhibits include Marie Curie's electrometer and the death cast of the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng. 

For those wishing to learn more about the mysteries of the human body, the Mutter Museum is a must visit. Admission is $26. Buy tickets online in advance to save time. 

A Central Location with Last Minute Hotel Deals

The Mutter Museums is conveniently located in the City Center West neighborhood. Nearby hotels make a terrific home base from which to explore other attractions, including the Museum District, Fairmount Park, and the Philadelphia Art Museum.  There are many popular restaurants near the Mutter Museum as well, including the popular Tavern 17.  

On potential downside to staying in this area is the price. Most hotels and restaurants in City Center West are upscale and often quite expensive. Avoid the summertime and check for last-minute deals to score a luxury hotel at a bargain price. Parking near the Mutter Museum is sometimes an issue, and many hotels charge high rates for overnight parking, so consider staying further away and taking public transportation downtown.

Luxury Hotels with Great Perks

The Mutter Museum's location near Rittenhouse Square means that there are many nearby hotel options for visitors to consider. Although pricey, many of the hotels offer fun perks for their guests. The Hotel Palomar Philadelphia has a free evening wine hour for guests. The Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown has a large indoor pool and a spacious sun deck. The Latham hotel has an Audi A8 luxury sedan on hand to chauffeur guests around town.

Those looking for less expensive accommodations may want to consider staying in nearby University City at the Sheraton Philadelphia University City Hotel, which is easily accessible via public transportation. 

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