On September 20th and 21st, the 64th National Conference on the History of Pharmacy, sponsored by theItalian Academy of the History of Pharmacy (A.I.S.F.) was held in Ferrara. Founded in 1950, the Academy’s objective is “the circulation and increase of pharmaceutical studies in all their aspects and relations with similar sciences as well as the protection and safeguarding of Italian pharmacy’s artistic heritage.” The conference also hosted a presentation of the Museum of Homeopathy, by Francesco Negro. This museum hosts an important collection of homeopathic kits and medical bags of homeopathic medicines (over 100), dating from the early 19th century to the mid-20th century, as well as interesting documents concerning homeopathic pharmacology. Due to the unique and special characteristics of this collection, the Academy will include the Museum of Homeopathy in the list of its affiliate museums.