A rather grand bronze statue can be found stranded and surrounded by modern buildings in Whitechapel.
About Royal London Hospital MuseumUPDATE - the Museum is currently closed and there's no indication of when it will reopen
The museum covers the history of the hospital since its foundation in 1740 and the wider history of medicine in the East End.
It includes works of art, surgical instruments, medical and nursing equipment, uniforms, medals, documents and books.
There is a forensic medicine section which includes original material on Jack the Ripper, Dr Crippen and the Christie murders. There are also displays on Joseph Merrick (the 'Elephant Man') and former Hospital nurse Edith Cavell.
The museum is located in the crypt of a 19th-century church behind the hospital.
Royal London Hospital Museum,
Link to Royal London Hospital Museum's website
Frequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to Royal London Hospital Museum
The nearest station is Whitechapel station which is 0.2 miles away.