The museum, celebrating the contribution that GRI has made to medicine, surgery and nursing throughout the world, was officially opened on May 31st 2022.
This first exhibition highlights the ground breaking work of Joseph Lister, Rebecca Stong, William MacEwen and John MacIntyre as well as a fascinating insight into the history of the buildings of GRI from 1794 to the present day. You can also find a display dedicated to our GRI bees and our garden project.
The museum was opened by Mr David Geyer the great grandson of our first matron Rebecca Strong. The opening ceremony is available here. The opening was highlighted in the press: The Evening Times Article & STV Coverage.
Entry to the museum is via cathedral precinct. Disabled access is via the main hospital entrance, off Castle Street.
We are open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-3pm. Admission is free.
For a group visit please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A series of exhibitions ae scheduled over the coming months.
They are free to attend but need to be booked in advance online. This page will be updated with dates and times shortly.
- ‘Sir William Macewen’ Dr Ian Bone, retired neurologist
- Exhibition celebrating Sir William Macewen