Apothecaries Hall

The Society of Apothecaries has one of the oldest surviving livery company Hall in the City, having been re-built immediately after its destruction in the Great Fire of 1666. Unlike most Livery Halls, it escaped destruction in World War II.

The Society was incorporated as a City Livery Company by Royal Charter from James I on 6 December 1617. In addition to important civic, ceremonial, social and charitable activities the Society has been licensing doctors to practise Medicine since 1815.

Telephone: 020 7236 1189

Address: Black Friars Lane, EC4

Website: Apothecaries Hall

Nearby Stations: Blackfriars Station

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