Paris - Musee Fragonart, located on the outskirts of the city offers rooms filled with cases filled with anatomical oddities. The main draw is a room containing 21 flayed cadavers (all that remains from over 700 that Fragonard created), including a (flayed) horseman of the apocalypse riding a (flayed) horse. Dancing fetuses abound. Very Gunther von Hagen, but ahead of the game by a whopping 300 years.
Salle musée d'Histoire de la médecine, Paris. http://www.parisdescartes.fr/CULTURE/Musee-d-Histoire-de-la-Medecine/Informations 1 September to 15 July: winter time from 14:00 to 17:30 except Saturday, Sunday and public holidays (ticket office closes at 17:00). Annual closure from 19 December 2012 to 3 January 2013 inclusive. Reopening Friday, January 4, 2013 at 14H.