Pharmacy History Museum is located in Small Square at 26, and was open in 1972. The museum has over 6600 items from the 16 th, 17 th, 18 th and 19 th century, which came from 67 sources: drugstores pharmaceutical offices, medical institutions and separate individuals.

The museum has a laboratory and a homeopathic display which consists of various wooden, china and glass vessels, bronze and cast iron mortars, scale and Viennese style pharmaceutical weight stands, surgeon’s cases, microscopes, etc.

The museum also has on display documentary illustrations and old publications. The display has over 2900 items. The museum’s oldest item is a bronze mortar that dates back to 1597 which was used in preliminary phases of the preparation of medicine.

The building housing the museum is a historical monument, raised in 1568 in Gothic and Renaissance architecture.

Pharmacy History Museum