Drug Store Museum

(785) 524-5383
161 E. Lincoln Avenue, Lincoln, KS 67455
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The Drug Store Museum focuses on pharmacy during the 1880 to 1920 time period. It includes a collection of apothecary bottles, crude drugs, medicines, pill rollers, scales, mortar and pestles, drug jars, show globes, and tools of the apothecary. It features an old Eli Lilly cabinet, Homeopathic cabinets, exhibit cases from local drug stores and Kansas drug store bottles.. Visitors can hear how pharmacy changed through the years and see demonstrations from the Pharmacist Curator Jack Crispin.

In the adjoining storefront is the Post Rock Scout Museum. It has a marvelous collection of Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, Pioneer Girls and Girl Reserves.

Both Museums are open by chance or by appointment and are located in the historic Cummins Block Building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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