Pharmacy Museum in Kraków and its collection

Pharmacy Museum in Kraków

The Pharmacy Museum in Kraków (Muzeum Farmacji Collegium Medicum Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego) is a museum in Kraków that specializes in the history of pharmacy and pharmaceutical technology that was established in 1946. The museum is located on all five floors of the building, including the basement and the attic. The first floor is dedicated to Ignacy Łukasiewicz, a pharmacist, who was a pioneer in the field of crude oil, and inventor of the modern kerosene lamp. The second floor is devoted to Tadeusz Pankiewicz, who ran the "Under the Eagle" pharmacy in the Kraków Ghetto. The other floors feature other exhibits related to pharmacy.

Pharmacy Museum in Kraków
Floriańska 25
31-019 Kraków

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Opening hours

Monday Closed
12:00 – 18:30
9:30 – 15:00
9:30 – 15:00
9:30 – 15:00
9:30 – 15:00
Sunday Closed


ReducedPLN 8.00
FamilyPLN 30.00
Normal ratePLN 14.00


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Floriańska 25, Kraków

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