Stop at this neat little museum and see what people used to do to get well! You'll be grateful for modern medicine but you'll also learn about time-tested remedies and get a view of how tough our great-grandparents were.
The museum has everything from old herbal apothecary jars, surgical instruments, and a doctor's horse-drawn buggy and old turn-of-the-century Ford for making house calls. There are exhibits aplenty, very well presented, and the tour guides are so friendly and well-informed.
Nice little spot if you are interested in country life, medical history, and folk life.
There's a medicinal herb garden in the back that overlooks a beautiful farm field with a view of the woods beyond. A very special spot full of Eastern North Carolina charm.
The museum is also a beautiful and well-preserved example of a turn-of the-century frame house -- great for those interested in historic preservation.
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