The Gold Country Medical Museum is located on the site of the first Placer County Hospital established in 1855.  The museum prominently displays an ever-growing collection of vintage medical, pharmaceutical, nursing, and dental artifacts dating from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century.

  • Hours The museum is open most weekends, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am - 3 pm. It may be closed during some holiday periods or have shortened hours during the winter months, so please call in advance.
  • Address 219 Maple Street, Auburn. CA 95603
  • Phone 530-906-9822
  • Website Gold Country Medical History and Museum
  • Best Feature The museum includes enticing (and a bit bizarre) displays of unusual quackery devices such as: vintage diagnostic tools, a large array of pharmaceutical bottles and an actual human skeleton,
  • Vintage Medical
  • Dental Artifacts
  • Tours

Located on Maple Street just below the Placer County Courthouse.


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