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!