Royal Pharmaceutical Society Museum
The British National Formulary, your day-to-day handbook for using medicines safely and effectively, is published by the publishing division of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. Within the office building there is the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Museum. Established in 1842, the museum is a unique resource for all those interested in the history of British pharmacy. The museum also recently welcomed historians Lucy Worsley and Helen Rappaport to record an episode of the BBC Radio 4 series Encounters with Victoria.
If you are a researcher, student, teacher, or simply interested in pharmacy history, we have online exhibitions and learning resources to provide you with ways to find out more about the history of British pharmacy. The museum displays are open to all visitors. It is FREE admission and donations are welcome. Please contact us for more details via telephone on 020 7572 2210 (museum enquiries only) or via email at email@example.com.