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This is the only surviving building in the region from the 19th century and was a pharmacy between 1820 and 1964. It is now a museum showcasing mid-Victorian architecture and authentic 19th century pharmaceutical materials such as bottles and jars imported from Britain during the 1830s, and original show globes, which were placed in windows to indicate that the building was a pharmacy. Retired pharmacists are available to provide information and answer questions about this heritage building. Mother’s Day weekend-Labour Day: Open daily; Labour Day-Thanksgiving: Open weekends.