Fodor's Expert Review Deutsches Apotheken–Museum

Heidelberg Museum/Gallery

This museum, on the lower floor of the Ottheinrichsbau (Otto Heinrich Building), is filled with ancient flagons and receptacles (each with a carefully painted enamel label), beautifully made scales, little drawers, shelves, dried beetles and toads, and marvelous reconstructions of six apothecary shops from the 17th through the 20th centuries. The museum also offers young visitors the chance to smell various herbs and mix their own teas.

Museum/Gallery Family

Quick Facts

Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg  Germany

06221-25880

www.deutsches-apotheken-museum.de

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Included in Schloss admission, Apr.–Oct., 10–6, Nov.–Mar., 10–5:30

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