I visited the pharmacy museum with a friend visiting from out of town. It is full of tons of pharmaceutical history- old bottles with original labels, needles, leech jar, all with historical information cards. They have tours, but only on the weekdays (I was here on a weekend). On the weekend, its a self-guided tour. It is a small museum with one main room downstairs, and a 2nd floor with a few additional exhibits. It is probably especially interesting for anyone with medical or pharmaceutical backgrounds. (I have a medical background, so I enjoyed it.) Admission is five dollars, which is a reasonable donation to keep this quirky place going. You need less than an hour even if you take a leisurely stroll through both floors.
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