Once you find the entrance, you'll be greeted by Hygeia, the Greek goddess of health, and two wonderful employees who'll lead you through the exhibition.
Actually, it's rather simple: each room is dedicated to a certain era or theme, and on te door there are laminated cards in various languages that describe what you are about to look at. A great system that is very helpful and informative!
On the ground floor you can see the interior of an 18th century pharmacy, while the cellar gives you an idea about how apothecary supplies were stored, and how an apothecary laboratory looked like.
The staircase is full of portraits and diplomas of important pharmacists.
Baroque style pharmacy
Room dedicated to Ignacy Łukasiewicz, inventor of the kerosene lampStorage for poisons with everything you need to get rid of your husband ;)
Pill-making supplies and pharmacopoeiasPerscriptions from the past
Place dedicated to Tadeusz Pankiewicz, owner of the only pharmacy operating in the Jewish ghetto
Teta Pehta was here :) As the attic was a dry and warm place, it was ideal for storing herbs and preparing herbal medicines.