Preserving the past, to educate the future.

Highlight Event

Herbal Root Fest
Saturday, October 18
10 am-2 pm

Join Carol Felice, Herbalist/Museum Educator, as she reveals how to recognize and harvest medicinal and wild edible plant roots. Then, bring the bounty into the kitchen to make a lunch and a tincture. You will go home well nourished and with a remedy in hand. Call for details: 603-323-7591.

$35/person, ages 16 and above.
Pre-register by Tuesday, October 14.

Smiling Wagon Ride

Thank you all for a joyful

Harvest Festival! Click HERE to read about the event and check our Facebook page for photos. Plan to be with us next year!

Upcoming Events

See our Month-by-Month Calendar HERE, where details about all of our upcoming events are posted as they become known.

A printable version of our quarterly
Schedule of Events, listing October–December 2014 events, is available


Sunday, September 28
9 am to 2 pm

We will be at the
5th Annual
Family Funergy Festival!

See our At Home: Cleaning the Natural Way page for natural cleaning solution recipes and helpful web links, HERE.


Join us for our
2014-2015 Home School Program
Our unique, season-based program sessions occur the 3rd Monday of each month during the school year, from 10:30 am–12 pm. Click HERE to see our listing of monthly topics, ages, cost and requirements. We look forward to seeing you!

Forgotten Arts 
Fiber Arts Group
Join Volunteer Educator Barbara Lord and others interested in all-things fiber, every other Tuesday in the Hearth Room, from 9:30 am–12 pm Bring your project or simply look on as this Happy Weavers & Friends group learns the historic art of weaving, spinning, sewing, quilting and more. These are FREE sessions; does not include access to the Museum. Next scheduled sessions: October 14, 28; November 11, 25; December 9, 23.




Remick-Made Cookbook

Museum Admissions

$5 per person, children ages 4 and under
are free.
 Fridays are free for Tamworth

Included with Admission through
Columbus Day Weekend!

Take a guided tour of the stately
Captain Enoch Remick House
Saturdays at 11 am

This crown jewel of Remick Museum is listed in
the National Register of Historic Places.
Tour included with $5 Museum admission

NEW! Extended tour dates
During New Hampshire History Week
In honor of this special week in New Hampshire, the Captain Enoch Remick House will be open for daily tours Monday, October 20–Friday, October 24, from 2–3 pm, followed by a Country Living Demonstration (optional). Tour and demonstration included with $5 Museum admission


Explore. ReDiscover. Learn.
Nestled in the heart of Tamworth Village, New Hampshire, Remick Museum & Farm has so much to offer:

  • History-steeped exhibits and buildings
  • The Captain Enoch Remick House
  • Forgotten Arts workhops
  • Agricultural & Sustainability classes
  • A unique Home School Program
  • Interaction with farm animals
  • Beautiful grounds with a view of distinctive Mt. Chocorua
  • Scenic picnic spots
  • Low-impact walking trails
  • Bird watching
  • A fishing pond (bring your own pole)
  • Our Museum Store featuring RemickMade products and gifts
  • A farm stand (in season)
  • And so much more!
Directions and more information, HERE.



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