The collection of Cracow’s Pharmacy Museum are exhibited in all of the rooms of a historic XIVth century house at 25 Floriańska street, beginning at the gothic basement, through rooms on all of the floors and ending in the attic. There are furniture of various styles (baroque, empire, biedermeier), containers from various epochs with a big collection of majolicas from various european manufactures, old healing substances collected from plants, minerals and animals (including humans – i.e. human fat), emblems of pharmacies, stained glass, pharmacy utensils (mortars, presses, filters, capsules for gilding pills, dragees, herb slicers, etc.), old prints (e.g. Greek / Latin editions of the works of Hippocrates, medieval and early modern pharmacy manuals, official and unofficial medicines lists, herbariums, manuscripts pharmacy manuals), an exposition entitled ‘What’s left of old Cracow’s pharmacies’ and modern paintings inspired by the collection. For KRAKERS, the Black Institute will visit the collection with their Re-collections.