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Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum, Alexandria

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  • Step back in time and enjoy the stories from the gravious doscent. We had a private tour and no waiting! Tour is less than 30 mins and since it was just the two of us we asked questions gallore and to...  more »
  • I loved the old apothecary! Totally worth paying for the tour. Anyone who's read the Outlander series or the Harry Potter books will appreciate this place...especially the second floor work/storage ro...  more »
  • This was a very nice museum that was purchased by the town in the 1930s with the idea of preservation. The bottles on the shelves are the actual bottles (and contents) from the day they were purchased...  more »
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  • The BEST museum I've been too here or in dc. Lots of historical facts, guide super knowledgeable, super amt of history. A wall you can touch, buikt in 1815. LOVED it
  • Unique. Agatha Christie's elegant murderers must have gotten their potions at an apothecary shop like this.
  • This tour would have been better maybe if i were not the only person on the tour. The historical store fixtures are vary interesting. When I tour places like this, I think about what will be left in 200 years of today's special places. Who thought to keep all the records? The notes for an order from Martha Washington? The cabinets still stocked with herbs and the tools of the trade? It really is quite interesting.
  • A great historic museum in Alexandria. The attic is really interesting to see!
  • This is a super cool and inexpensive place to learn about the first American Pharmacies. You will feel like you have truly traveled back in time. Some of the stories you will hear will make your jaw drop. The tour guide was very knowledgeable but spoke a little bit fast for my pace. I could have spent more time in this place.