This handy museum guide will accompany you on your tour around the German Museum of Pharmacy.
Having left the reception area your tour starts with a historical survey covering two thousand years of pharmaceutical and cultural history. In the following the main topics of the exhibition are elaborated. Beside displaying numerous kinds of medicaments and its ingredients, also the pharmacist’s shop itself is presented in its different functions as a work-place, like e.g. the officina (room 6), the store-room for herbs and other dry raw materials (room 7), and the laboratory (room 10). Multiple exhibition objects of the museum’s collection from various fields of pharmacist’s everyday work, such as majolica, glass, porcelain, and wooden vessels, pharmaceutical sets for voyagers, mortars, technical glass and many more are displayed and presented in authentic historical furniture, or exhibited as special issues (like e.g. room 8).Room 9 presents new acquisitions and some of the highlights of the exhibition.
The museum’s shop at the end of your tour situated in room 11 offers a broad range of products and souvenirs all around the pharmacy, and invites for a stay.
24 pages, 21 illustrations
Price: 3,- Euro
Attractively designed this interesting and easy-to-read museum guide opens up a comprehensive understanding of the pharmacy and historico-cultural topics presented in the permanent collection of the German Pharmacy Museum, of the museum’s history and the wide range of precious objects of the worldwide most extensive high-quality collection on the history of pharmacy. In addition to the exhibition highlights permanently presented this richly illustrated catalogue also shows plenty of objects from the museum’s depot shown publicly for the very first time.
Only available in German.
304 pages, 370 illustrations
Price: 24,90 Euro