As if awaiting the return of Dr. Best from a house call on his horse-drawn carriage, this Victorian home and medical office captures the elegance of the turn of the century. Serving a small-town American community from 1884 to 1991, the Dr. Best collection echoes reminders of a quickly changing era. Civil War, railroad and telephone artifacts all reflect the character of this family of pioneers and visionaries. The expansive and unique collection includes thousands of bottles, automotive memorabilia, clothing and quilts, to name a few as well as the fully stocked period kitchen and state-of-the-art medical equipment.We are group and motorcoach friendly. We offer group pricing. Admission is by donation for large group tours $7.00 pp, small group meeting or event space is available. Severely handicapped people would need assistance getting into the house. There are steps and uneven walkways. The second floor of the house is not handicapped accessible.