Pharmacy Museum and the Qwensel House

The Qwensel House is the oldest remaining wooden building in Turku, featuring a bourgeois home from the 18th century and a pharmacy from the 19th century. In the Qwensel House, you can explore this period in Turku and the life of the family of Qwensel’s most famous resident, Joseph Pipping, the father of Finnish surgery. The Pharmacy Museum’s storefront houses the oldest remaining pharmacy interior in Finland, dating back to 1858.