This small museum was opened in 2002 in the building of the Municipal Pharmacy. In its four rooms with a total floor space of 150 sq. m. (1,600 sq. ft.), it blends modern architecture, art and the history of medicines, representing a treasure trove of the history of pharmacy for experts and lay people alike. The devices, medicines, containers, and packaging on display come from daily pharmacy use and describe the progress and changes for the pharmacy customer through examples in their original condition. Their continuity and completeness provide a nearly unbroken picture of more than 400 years of pharmaceutical history.