We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I'll admit that I'm in the older generation, though not old enough to really remember old-timey drug stores. However, I grew up in a town that had one of the last drug stores in the state and had an ice cream counter that served malts...More
My dad was a pharmacist and I grew up in the pharmacy and this was a wonderful flashback for me.
I could have spent a week there looking at all the tinctures and ointments and talcs and gels and and and.
This is a great...More
I'm currently in school to become a dental assistant. Our class met up in Guthrie for a field trip. It was really interesting and a little mind boggling to see the old medications and instruments used. Really not all that long ago. It makes you...More
One of the or perhaps the largest collection of pharmacy related things from the frontier era of Oklahoma. Plus, the Apothecary Garden is next door and maintained by the museum. It is both fun and educational.
This place is LOADED with stuff to look at - almost too much! I stopped in right before closing. This place is in the 1000 things to see/do before you die (US/Canada version) and I'm trying to do them all. The woman working was very...More
So many interesting drugs that I don't think of as medicine- marijuana, opium, cocaine & many others & the pre 1904 Coca Cola advertising was very interesting
Well worth a stop & the garden is nice place to take a break
A small museum packed with things to look at from the soda counter to all the old medicines. Be sure to go behind the counter and see the little office. Staff was very welcoming. Maybe not for the youngest kids. Seems like you need to...More