Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Photowalk: The Pharmacy and Medical Museum of Texas

February 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


The Pharmacy and Medical Museum of Texas in Cuero
114 E Main St
Cuero, TX 77954 US
+ Google Map

Are you joining us for the Abandoned Yorktown Hospital visit? Join us early for a stop by this very interesting museum in Cuero, Texas, along the way. Then, we can have lunch at Taqueria Jalisco on our way to Yorktown, Texas.

Discover the Rich Medical Heritage of Texas at The Pharmacy and Medical Museum

Embark on a journey back in time with us to The Pharmacy and Medical Museum of Texas, located in the charming town of Cuero. This unique museum offers a fascinating glimpse into the evolution of pharmacy and medical practices in Texas, presenting a rare opportunity to dive into the state’s rich healthcare history.

Housed in a beautifully restored building that whispers tales of the past, the museum showcases an extensive collection of medical artifacts, equipment, and pharmaceuticals dating back to the 19th and early 20th centuries. From antique medicine bottles to vintage medical instruments, each piece tells a story of innovation, care, and community.

As we wander through the meticulously curated exhibits, we’ll learn about the pioneers of Texas medicine and pharmacy, the challenges they faced, and the remarkable strides made in healthcare over the years. This visit will not only be a visual feast for photographers but also an educational experience, shedding light on the origins of modern medical practices and the pivotal role Texas played in their development.

The Pharmacy and Medical Museum of Texas is more than just a museum; it’s a testament to the human spirit’s dedication to healing and progress. Join us for this enlightening exploration, and let’s capture the essence of Texas medical history through our lenses.

Be prepared to be inspired by the stories of yesteryears as we connect the past to the present in one of Texas’s most intriguing historical sites.

Charles Putnam
Latest posts by Charles Putnam (see all)
Please note, required FTC Legal Disclaimer: HoustonPhotowalks uses affiliate marketing and advertising to generate revenue for our budget and the organizers who run the group. This money is used to pay Meetup.com fees, website hosting fees, classroom fees, teaching fees, donations to museums and venues, provide bottles of water when possible, compensate organizers for their time, etc. When you click links, the HoustonPhotowalks organization may receive a fee when you purchase a product or service.