Step into the Pharmacy Museum and you will find yourself back in the 18th century, the colourful pharmacy from the time of Thomas Botti.
The wealth of herbs in the drawers spreads a wonderfully pleasant aroma. At the Pharmacy Museum it’s the extensive collection of pots that steals the show. The wooden pots are from circa 1550, which is before Maaseik’s first pharmacist Engelbert Lanckbein from Achen set up shop in 1704.
So the herb garden behind the apothecary is certainly worth a visit! The pharmacists of Maaseik were masters of herbs. An archaeological investigation of the old cesspit in 1985 found lots of pollen from plants that grew in the old herb garden. The finds enabled the reconstruction of the original herb garden.
You can also visit Musea Maaseik virtual!
3680 Maaseik How do I get here?
RAM - Pharmacy Museum - Church treasures combination ticket:
adults : € 6
groups (+8 pers), 65+, students : € 5
young people (8-18 jaar) : € 2
A visit is currently only possible from 10:30-11:30 am / 13:30-14:30 pm / 14:50-15:50 pm on presentation of your Covid Safe Ticket + identity card.
Mouth mask requirement from 6 years of age.
Prior booking is compulsory, mail to email@example.com or call
+32 (0) 89 81 92 90