The Apothecary Hall Museum is located in downtown Christiansted, on the island of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
This Apothecary was established in the early 18th century in order to prepare medicines for the Danish military that was stationed in Christiansted.
Rich with history, the apothecary was deemed a Danish Colonial pharmacy museum in the late nineteenth century.
Recently restored, the apothecary still holds some of the original drug jars and pharmaceutical equipment that was used when it first opened.
The Apothecary Hall Museum also features artifacts from the Indian tribes that inhabited St. Croix for over 3,000 years. Displays include handmade pottery, axe heads, beads and an ancient canoe.