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I visited this museum with my family during a trip researching our Lithuanian heritage. My grandfather was a doctor in Lithuania during the 30s and 40s. This museum held special significance for that reason. There is so much to see and learn. The exhibits are...More
I am so glad I ventured into this museum. There was information in English and the guide spoke excellent English. She added some really good facts and bits she liked most in the museum which I very much enjoyed like the jar of Spanish flies...More
A must see for everyone interested in the subjects of history, pharmacy or medicine. It is one of the most interesting museums I've seen covering that subject. People working there seem very commited to what they are doing. The guides can tell you lot's of...More
Make sure you get a guided tour. The hosts are well informed and (in my experience) speak English rather well. The museum is a bit hidden away at the end of the main street in the old town, but well worth a visit. The staff...More
Although was born and raised in Kaunas,I wasn't aware that this museum actually exists at all.Very few people were around whilst I was visiting it which made it even better. Definitely recommend it.Very interesting items on display.Lots of unique information the only down is that...More
Cosy, but not so small building, very old and with autenthical history. Exhibition is very interesting, full of authentical things and you can get a lot of information about pharmacy and medicine history, about acient treating methods and devices. Highly recommend to take a guide,...More
It's just besides the tourist information, in the old town centre. A walk to the past, very interesting museum for everyone, very well kept. The price is very low for a guided tour. The man who helped us to visit this museum was very kind...More
Maybe you think that you have to be a doctor or nurse to be interested in this museum but I believe this place is interesting för anyone - give it a try!
It is a small place with engaged and knowledgeable guides and to a...More