In line with the measures taken by the italian government to prevent the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, the Veterinary Anatomy Museum will be closed from Thursday 5 November until Thursday 3 December. We hope to reopen soon.
The Veterinary Anatomy Museum was founded in Pisa in 1839 together with the chair of Zooiatry united to the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Pisa. The Museum houses exhibits (skeletons, dried preparations, stuffed and preserved in alcohol) of animal species for zootechnical production, especially horses, for its importance in the historical-social evolution of man. There are also many anatomical preparations concerning dromedaries from the San Rossore estate.L’offerta SMArt del Sistema Museale di Ateneo
The Museums of the University of Pisa is a network of nine structures in addition to the Natural History Museum which is located in Calci, a few kilometers from Pisa.