I know a tour of an apothecary museum may not sound very exciting, but even not being a history buff I found it compelling and enjoyed every minute. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave a real sense of the life and times of this fascinating little place. Rather than being a bunch of artifacts arranged nicely in a shiny new building, this shop is preserved as it was in the 1800s, including jars and canisters with the original contents inside and handwritten labels. We saw bloodletting instruments, handwritten documents, old measuring/pill-making devices, and many other interesting items. Well worth the time and price.
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