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Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum

105 S Fairfax St # 107, Alexandria, VA 22314-3301
+1 703-746-3852
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105 S Fairfax St # 107, Alexandria, VA 22314-3301
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Reviewed 5 days ago

take the tour, it was well worth it to see the storage floors and learn how this location evolved through the centuries. And how medicines changed with time. An herbalists dream come true.

Thank Ann H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Although we had a less than impressive tour guide, the Apothecary provided a glimpse of the past which would be of interest to the general public, but perhaps particularly to health care workers, who might be interested in the history of drugs in this country.

Thank bathtravel123
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our guide was so knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the museum and the history. He also allowed us ample opportunity for pictures, and was himself a great model- as you can see. Having watched the PBS Mercy Street series, based on the local Hospital, the tour...More

Thank Traveloften1962
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Small, cute and all authentic. I come after 4pm and I didn't had much time for a thorough visit but still I wanted to see it inside. I was by myself and no one else came at that time so they were able to accommodate...More

Thank Anna G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We came here mid-day on a Saturday. We were part of a 6 person group. The tour was terrific (and cheap!). I would highly recommend it, although it's not for toddlers or babies as it transverses several floors.

Thank nlgale
Reviewed 17 April 2017

A wonderful little museum that is perfectly preserved. A fascinating place made that much more interesting by the knowledgeable and friendly tour guides who take you through the spaces. It's a short excursion but well worth it. The upstairs space takes you to another time...More

Thank DaveN
Reviewed 10 April 2017

This Apothecary takes you back in time to where Martha Washington ordered her drugs and items for what ailed her! Amazing history of this building and the business. Very interesting short tour at a very good price!

Thank lwatson259
Reviewed 10 April 2017

there is plenty for both a layman / tourist AND a modern-day pharmacist to learn about the history of medicines in this amazingly well preserved shop that had a long history serving Old Town Alexandrians, including many prominent clients whose names appear in history books

Thank Steve M
Reviewed 9 April 2017

The Apothecary is a step back in time. It dates back to the mid 1700's with Martha Washington and the items from 1900's are still there from when the store closed. Good tour for history buffs. Need to be able to climb stairs to get...More

Thank prairiefoxMn_Usa
Reviewed 8 April 2017

The authentic apothecary has all the original bottles, potions and instruments sold in the 1800's when it was closed. A dentist guided us through the museum discussing the old remedies and medicines used compared to what is done today. The second floor shows the manufacturing...More

Thank LoisG47
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