The tour was very informative and lighthearted, the tour guides played their roles very well. I loved seeing all the old gadgets and the stories behind them. Their motto, If we don't have it, you don't need it.
About The Oldest Store Museum
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We loved the way the tour guides not only dressed up in the time period but also character acted. They also got the audience involved in their demonstrations and discussions of the items. They had many original items from that time period. It is very...More
This stop was packaged in our tickets, and was a nice place to stop for a cool break in the middle of a hot June day. The tour guides were amazingly funny and intertwining. When we went, we basically got a private tour, so it...More
This Place really sends you back in time. It is loaded with interesting stuff from the old hardware store from which Henry Flagler shopped. It is worth a stop.
Another stop on our city tour, but what fun this was. Seeing all the items that were offered for sale many years ago was great. Some of the new inventions of that time are still in use today. There is so much to see in...More
Fun tour we did! The experience was amazing, they set it up to make it like you're actually in 1908 and show you all the "cool inventions" of the time. Everyone was friendly and enthusiastic.
They were our guides (salesmen). We could "buy" so many "new" inventions. Shoes for$2 a pair. Wish that were now. This is a must see if you like history.
It is a very interesting old building they have tours & admission cost for Adults $9. It a old general store with staff dressed for the clerks of olden days. Old farm equipment & worm syrup which we never heard of before.
This old store museum had hundreds of things from the good old days... first washing machines, butter churns, snake oils,old time bicycles, old tools. Too many things to mention. Tour guide for part of tour, then u get to explore on your own