Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm Tamworth

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Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm
58 Cleveland Hill Road
Tel: 603 323 7591


In the heart of Tamworth village, near the foot of Mount Chocoura and neigbors to the Barnstormers Theatre. The Remick Museum and Farm can be found in Carroll County, a perfect day stop on your way to North Conway off of Route 16 and 25.

Where are we going today?

Open year-round, the Remick Museum and Farm is a perfect setting for family fun at a real working Farm Museum. Here visit our farm animals, see new babies born right on the Farm! Explore our historic buildings including a milk house, cattle barn and the Captain Enoch Remick House (listed on the National Register of Historic Places). Take a guided farm tour, visit our gardens, view our exhibits and new exhibits changing every month. Take a scenic walk by foot or by wagon or sleigh ride. A beautiful destination, visited by many artists, media reporters and even NH's own show, Chronicle!

Summer time brings not only new borns, but summer day camp for the little ones, a flourishing garden that supplies tentative brown bag lunches and dinners for our visitors and of course fun daily historic activities for children. Sign up for our many sustainability workshops designed for adults and children on an array of topics including, knitting, felting, soap-making, kitchen gardens and much more. Attend a special event and watch us bring alive histoic traditions in New England, including Ice Harvesting, Maple Sugaring, Victorian Tea and many more. So much to do, so many outlets to explore for those interested in getting closer to their roots and becoming more sustainable for their own homesteads!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$3
  • Children$3
  • Free Under: 4 years.

When can we go?

Winter: (Monday through Friday) 10am to 4pm. Summer Hours: (Monday to Saturday) 10am to 4pm.

Open Year-Round!

Teachers corner

Teachers are encouraged to bring their school groups to the Museum for fun and educational programs that can be geared to an array of topics. Please view or Education page on our website to read more about what we offer..

I'm Hungry!

Brown bag lunches, country dinners, hearthside dinners and concession stands will take place year-round. Please refer to our latest calendar to plan your visit on a day to eat! .

Healthy Eating!

Lunches and dinners are prepared with only the freshest ingredients from our own Farm or from local farmers within the community. We also raise many vegetables and harvest what we need to supply our menus's, with wonderful New England themes. .

Any Top Tips?

Please dress weather appropriate! Some programs at the Museum require pre-registation (workshops, wagon rides, sleigh rides, some special events, lunches, hearthside dinners, country dinners, etc.)Please call ahead to let us know if you will be bringing a group. Tours are only at designated times. .

Doing our bit

Wildlife Habitat & NH Tree Farmer certified..

Need a little extra help?

Volunteers are always welcome! Please get in touch with our Volunteer Coordinator, Jane Fryburg at: [email protected] or call toll free 1 (800) 686-6117. .

Baby Facilities

Changing station available. .

Can I get one of those?

Visit the Museum Gift Store for locally made gifts by local artisians, crafts-people and more. Grab a dozen farm fresh eggs, perhaps breakfast sausage, italian sausage or ground beef. Pick up locally produced honey and real Maple syrup tapped from or very own Maple trees. Beautiful items, priced reasonably and with sales happening all the time! Visit the Farm stand in the summer for fresh vegetables and more from our very own gardens. Members recieve 10% off at the Gift store..

What people are saying?

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    Thoroughly enjoy my visits here. Beautiful place, friendly staff, happy animals!

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    You really need to take some time to explore this gem. The active farm is open to the public and preserves a way of life quickly evaporating from our NH landscape. Each season has its purpose, ice cutting, sap running, gardens growing and a fall harvest helps us see and understand the cycle of life

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