Raeapteek, Tallinn

Raeapteek, Tallinn - Address, Phone Number

Address: Raekoja plats 11, 10146 Tallinn, Estonia

Phone: +372-58875701

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Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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About Raeapteek, Tallinn

The Town Council's Aphothecary is the oldest running pharmacy in Europe, dating back to the 15th century. The first photos of the place can be traced to the late 19th century. The place run by the Burchart (Burchard) family who took care of the pharmacy for 10 generations! Throughout its history, the apothecary was famous for selling unusual things like earthworms, burnt bees, swallow’s nests and bat powder.

Today, the building adds to the historic pulse of the city and everything from its entrance door and its sign to the small museum on the first floor, is a must-see for tourists.

Raeapteek Ticket Prices

  • Admission to the place is Free.

How To reach Raeapteek by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Viru
  • By Light Rail/ Tram: Viru
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car / Bike.

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  • This place is fantastic. It is both a museum and a working pharmacy. You can pick up your modern perscrptions​ as well as seeing what passed for medicine in the past. Had been operating continuously since 1422. It is free to visit.

  • Very interesting, especially with nearly 600 years in business. Lots of bits on display from centuries past plus current day medications.

  • Operates as ordinary pharmacy, which is perfect because it is in a very centric location

  • It's like a mini museum with an actual pharmacy in it, but also exhibition with old pharmacy equipment

  • Wonderful little gem with lot of history - free of charge to visit. Don't miss it.

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