Yesterday’s tragedy in Arizona had me thinking lots of things. But considering this blog is usually about strange, little museums and not political events, I thought I’d look up a weird museum located in Tucson, Arizona.
Founded forty-five years ago by a former pharmacist, the History of Pharmacy Museum is a rather large place (four floors!) full of thousands of items, including 60,000 drug bottles and containers. The museum also has old wood counters and brass machinery. Moved in 1982 to the College of Pharmacy building on the University of Arizona’s Health Sciences campus, admission is free. I like free things.
P.S. Learn about Show Globes here. The museum has 18 on display with the oldest dating to the mid-19th century.