Converted to a museum in 1983, Tadeusz Pankiewicz’s original pharmacy was a meeting place for Jews during the Nazi occupation. Film, photographs and documentation record the Ghetto years in these three rooms; the sense of recent, tragic history is palpable. Note the wooden cabinet from the original apothecary still set behind the ticket desk by the main door as you enter. A portrait of Pankiewicz is displayed in the back room, surrounded by letters of thanks written by Holocaust survivors from around the globe.