The only thing enjoyable about Health Museum is the little fun that you can have when filling in the visitor's book at the entrance. Apart from that, the minute you enter, you are attacked by the god-awful smell that ravages your nostrils and rips through your head.
If you can recover from that, which you will once your vision clears up, venture down the room, which is partitioned into compartments dealing with various aspects of health. You have the Food section, Nutrition, Anatomy, Immunization, Water-Borne Diseases, Leprosy and Sanitation. And it's all as much fun as it sounds too.
Now the section on anatomy has a skeleton in a glass cabinet, and the funny part of it was the fact that it had more springs than bones. One would half expect it to do a little jig in case the cabinet was stirred a little. The other 'ex-bits' in the jars were harder to identify since the preservation liquid had a reached a fascinating murkiness.
The other sections are mostly just filled with posters talking about various diseases, their causes and cures. Then there is a section that deals entirely with the birth of a baby. It has several jars of fetuses during the various stages of development, along with a few containing fetuses with abnormalities. There are also some posters and plastic figures describing the whole birth process.
The irony of this museum has to lie in the little cabin with the Sanitation sign on its entrance. It would help if the management studied the sanitation model and realized that it won't do for the human figures to be bigger than the model houses.
A visit to this museum can be rather educational if your nose is just a decorative feature of your face and serves no other purpose.