The Lloyd Brothers were passionate pharmacists who began building the Lloyd Library and Museum back in 1919. For over a century, this treasure chest of information has come to the aid of several medical students and custodians of science. Over 200,000 books that occupy the library's shelves cover topics ranging from pharmaceuticals, medicinal plants, alternative therapies, pharmacognosy, horticulture and they also have books detailing medical practices that prevailed across cultures. The museum on the other hand is home to a collection of pharmaceutical paraphernalia used by the Lloyd Brothers. A collection of old photographs, awards, etc are also a part of the museum.