In the 1800s, the local pharmacy was a unique destination. There, one could buy anything from barrels of liquor to blood-sucking leeches.
Step into this quaint 1860’s apothecary and examine rows and rows of ingredients and patent medicines used by pharmacists over 100 years ago.
As others have mentioned, the museum never seems to be open. We were across the street, staying at Prince of Wales for four days, and were never able to visit. The hours say 12-6, but that was not...
Yorkshire, United Kingdom
A very interesting building, all made of wood as are mist of the buildings in this area. Looking through the windows you can see a huge range of what used to be the latest medical equipment. It was...
Indeed, this is truly a well-preserved museum, full of pharmacy treasures. We had our daughter and son-in-law with us, both of whom thoroughly enjoyed the visit. It was appreciated how the...