New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
A feast for the eyes as you step back to an era gone bye. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an historic building within the Vieux Carre Historic District, the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum showcases its extensive collection and provides interpretive educational programs to…
Learn about New Orleans and American history through the lens of early medicine. ADMISSION. $5.00/adults. $4.00/students & seniors. Free/children under six. The 1 pm guided tour is included with admission. Reservations cannot be made in advance.
Only $5 to get in and sooooo fascinating. Really makes you see what snake oil salesmen people in the medical profession have been throughout our countries history...
“The friendliest and cleanest laundromat I've ever been to. She will give you smaller change for the quarter machine if you only have large bills.”
“$7 excellent museum! 2 permanent exhibits worth your time. Both a hurricane Katrina exhibit and a history of Mardi Gras exhibit. Truly fascinating and not at all boring. Make sure to do the Katrina one first since it is super depressing :P Don't let them talk you into $12 to add the Cabildo Museum, it is boring as crap.”
“Not sure what to drink? One of New Orleans signature drinks. The Hand Grenade. A must try.”
“Ursuline Convent was a series of historic Ursuline convents in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1726, nuns from the Ursuline Convent of Rouen went to New Orleans to found a convent, run a hospital, and take care of educating young girls. ”
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