Macaulay Museum of Dental History
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The Macaulay Museum of Dental History is currently closed for a major renovation.
The Grand Reopening Ceremony is October 12, 2017.
Located in the historical heart of the Medical University of South Carolina campus, the Macaulay Museum of Dental History was established in 1975 by Dr. Neill W. Macaulay for whom the museum is named. Dr. Macaulay was an avid historian of dental practice and during his lifetime amassed a large collection of dental memorabilia. Dr. Macaulay’s collection is one of the few remaining dental museums in the country and showcases the dental profession including practice and education.
For more information on how to give, please call Susan Hoffius, Curator of the Macaulay Museum of Dental History at 843-792-2288 or Stephanie Oberempt, Director of Development and Alumni Affairs at 843-792-6933.