Located in Spalding Hall, this museum chronicles the history of the American Whiskey industry. The collection includes rare documents, advertising posters and other memorabilia from pre-Colonial days through the 1960s. Also displayed are a confiscated copper still that belonged to George Washington and a number of pre-Prohibition whiskey bottles and containers, including a 1854 E.C. Booz bottle, the brand from which the word 'booze' originated. Tours of the museum are available.