Acworth Leprosy Museum
Acworth Leprosy Museum, Acworth Leprosy Hospital Society for Research, Rehabilitation and Education in Leprosy Wadala

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The unique concept of making a museum solely for the purpose of creating awareness regarding the history of leprosy in India and the rare literary collections and artefacts makes this museum stand apart.

  • Rich collection revolves around 8 modules
  • Records of ancient philanthropy
  • Literary records of social response


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Acworth Leprosy Museum is a temple for all those curious minds who wish to delve into the history of leprosy in India. A rich collection of literature on leprosy is available in this library. This disease has been despised and there have been few volunteers who have come forward for combating the disease. Whatever little work has been done in the field has been documented and preserved in this museum for posterity. Thus this museum holds a unique place among archives maintaining documents on the subject.

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Acworth Leprosy Museum

Wadala, Mumbai, Maharashtra 4000, India

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