The Country Doctor Museum offers educational tours for students of all ages. A docent guides each group through the Museum's extensive exhibits and encourages participants to discover, appreciate, and inquire about nineteenth and twentieth century rural health care. Each guided tour lasts about one hour.
Open year around Tuesday through Saturday, the Museum offers convenient bus parking and a gift shop filled with souvenirs and locally made treasures.
If you have a specific interest, please contact the Museum and let us know how we may cater to your group. We encourage non-school groups of all ages to schedule a tour.
To make your trip more enjoyable, the Museum requires advanced reservations for groups numbering ten persons or more. Depending on the time of year, the Museum may be scheduling more than one group each day, so advance reservations assure you priority attention.
Contact us to schedule your tour.
Group Tour Pricing
Standard admission fees apply.
Chaperones and Accessibility
The Museum consists of three buildings spread over several acres within the Bailey city limits. To ensure a safe and informative visit, groups with members fifteen years old or younger are required to have chaperones. We encourage one adult for every ten young visitors.
The museum is fully accessible to visitors with canes, walkers, and wheelchairs.
Staff from the Country Doctor Museum can also visit your class room or organization. Call for availability and types of presentations. A small fee may apply.