The Pharmacy Museum will be closed all day on Wednesday, March 3rd.
Starting on February 1st, general admission is $10/person. Students, Seniors 65 and older and military personnel pay $7/person with a valid ID.
Visit the apothecary and home of the first licensed pharmacist in the United States, Louis J. Dufilho, Jr. Come and explore two floors of exhibits in this 1823 Creole Townhouse and take a minute to relax in the courtyard. Visitors must wear masks at all times and practice physical distancing during their visit. We highly recommend booking a reservation online and then paying upon arrival. This helps us ensure that no more than 15 visitors are on the premises each hour. If you have questions or need assistance scheduling your visit, please call 504.565.8027 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you. We hope you enjoy the Pharmacy Museum!
Masks must be worn properly at all times,
covering your mouth and nose.
Self-guided tours of the first and second floors of exhibits and courtyard are currently available Wednesday through Saturday at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm. We ask that you keep your visit to 45 minutes or less so that we can clean between time slots and visitors do not overlap causing capacity issues.
The Pharmacy Museum is currently closed on
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
There will be no guided tours until further notice.
If you are a Go New Orleans Pass holder, you have to register by phone: 504.565.8027 or email: , so we do not exceed capacity limit of 15 visitors per hour. Please mention you have a Go Pass when calling or emailing. Thank you.