"Psychedelic"- the word captures the sensibility of the sixties, a decade that changed the consciousness of America. Too often, writers ignore the impact of the sixties on the Western mind. Historians downplay the essence of those turbulent years, which had everything to do with the use of psychedelics. A wrong impression of the sixties and their lasting influence will pass on to our children if we do not save the evidence and keep the record straight.
The museum has these functions:
- To save the evidence
- To keep it in the public domain
- To display exhibits to a public seeking factual knowledge
- To serve the interest of scholarly research
- To publish, hold seminars, invite discussion of the place of psychedelic agents in today's society.
Guided Tour of the Albert Hofmann Museum
"A Museum of Psychedelic History"
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