Jesuit Pharmacy / Pharmacy-museum
A modern pharmacy and a museum of pharmacology was opened in 1996. The old rooms have decorated vaulted ceilings. There are halls: drugstore, museum exhibition, and herbal store.
The sales room offers modern drugs.
The second hall is the museum exhibition devoted to the history and development of the Grodno pharmacy and pharmacy business in Belarus. The first museum exhibition was created with the help of the citizens. The museum displays six stylized herbariums made by famous Polish writer and resident of Grodno Eliza Orzeszkowa. One of the sections of the exhibition is devoted to medical instruments used for the autopsy of King Stefan Batory after his sudden death in Grodno.
The last hall is the herbal room which offers tinctures, teas, toiletries, cosmetics and supplements made from medicinal plants.