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“This is one of my favorite places. So happy to share it with my family today.”
~ Rhonda from Shapleigh, ME

Plan Your Visit

Whether it’s your child’s introductory visit to a museum or farm, you’re seeking an authentic New Hampshire experience, or you’ve been a history buff for decades, Remick has something for everyone. We invite you to make Remick your destination to unplug with family and friends one memorable moment at a time.

We are currently closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Read our latest update!


Directions can be found here.

The amount of time you spend at Remick can vary greatly depending on the time of year, the number of persons in your group and their ages, and the duration of any scheduled activity/activities you wish to participate in. 

Estimated time required for a general visit:

  • SPRING ~ 1.5 hours
  • SUMMER ~ 2–3 hours
  • FALL ~ 2 hours            
  • WINTER ~ 1–1.5 hours
We suggest planning for at least two hours when attending one of our seasonal events.

The most important thing to bring is a desire to explore.

In addition:

  • Pack sunscreen and bug spray. 
  • Though we provide hand sanitizer at each building, you might find it helpful to have some on hand when visiting with small children.
  • Your water bottle may be refilled at the water fountain located in the hallway entrance to the museum exhibit area.
  • Picnic lunches are welcome during warmer months and may be enjoyed at our outdoor picnic spots, including the covered gazebo (located at the top of a steep incline), under the tent, and across the road next to the Swift River.
  • Animals other than service dogs are strictly forbidden on the property.

To get the most out of your time here, a fair amount of walking is necessary in order to visit the Museum Center, the Captain Enoch Remick House (open on selected dates and at designated times only), and each of the open buildings and the various locations of our pastured animals.


  • Please be mindful of the day’s weather forecast and dress accordingly. Weather location: Tamworth, NH 03886.
  • An umbrella, a hat and/or sunglasses are good to have on hand.
  • For your comfort in navigating our varied and irregular terrain, we encourage wearing closed-toe shoes no matter the weather.
  • For days that are wet or when winter or springtime conditions are present, we highly recommend wearing rubber boots.
  • Especially for little ones, you might wish to pack rubber boots no matter the weather.


The museum parking lot is located on Cleveland Hill Rd., just past the Museum Center on the left. Marked handicapped parking spots are available in the driveway of the Museum Center’s main entrance—please do not block the driveway and/or the sliding doorway to the adjacent barn.


  • Parking is allowed along the side of Cleveland Hill Rd. directly across from the Museum Center.
  • There is a town parking lot next to the Tamworth Town House (located diagonally across from the Museum Center).
  • There is a small lot next to the Congregational Church, just two doors down from the museum.
  • At the center of the village, there is a town lot behind the Town Office building.
  • During Remick events only, overflow parking is allowed along the side of Great Hill Rd. 
  • Please watch for traffic and be cautious as you walk to and from your parked location.

  • All visitors must check in at the Museum Center entrance, located at 58 Cleveland Hill Rd, to receive an admission bracelet.
  • In order that we have a clear sense of who is on the property, we ask that you do not enter the grounds from any other location.
  • We are pleased to offer family-friendly admission fees, and, as a Blue Star Museum, from Armed Services Day to Labor Day we offer free admission to active-duty military and their immediate family (please provide proof of service when checking in), which we extend to Veterans and their (1) guest (please refer to our open days during this time period). 

  • A wheelchair ramp is located at the entrance to the museum and at the museum store exit to the grounds. The property is a combination of grassy lawns and slopes and loose gravel. 
  • Please note: The Museum Center and the Captain Enoch Remick House each have second floors which can only be reached by a stairway. The second floor of the Captain Enoch Remick House is open for guided tours only, at the discretion of the tour guide.

As much as possible, we offer an interactive and hands-on museum experience; however, while inside the museum center, please look for, and follow the directions on, signage that indicates whether or not you may touch exhibit items and enter exhibit areas.
  • If you are visiting with children:
    • Please enjoy your museum time together but be especially mindful of the “please do not touch” icons.
    • The Museum Center has a hands-on activity area—please stay with your children while they are using this space.
    • Outside, there is plenty of room to roam, but please monitor your children while they explore the grounds and visit with the animals. 
  • When on the farm grounds, be especially cautious around our electrified animal fencing—these areas are clearly marked and our receptionist will be happy to make you aware of these areas.
  • After visiting the animals and barns, please use the hand sanitizer provided near the main doorway of each building (sanitizer can always be found in the Museum Center Well Room).


  • Bearing in mind that what is available for exploration and discovery varies by season, please see the overview of what Remick has to offer.
  • If your planned general admission visit (non-Event) falls during the months of December–April, we suggest calling 603-323-7591 to learn details of what is available to explore and discover on the grounds.


  • You are welcome to take photos and videos while here and to share them on social media—our hashtag is #RemickMuseum. However, we do not allow drones on, or flying over, the property. Our guidelines and commercial-use policy can be seen here: On-Site Photography Policy.

  • Be sure to visit the museum store to pick up Remick-made herbal products, Remick gifts and Remick-raised meats.
  • Please sign our guest book located in the entry area Well Room. (If you choose to provide us with your email address, you will receive our monthly calendar and event reminders.)
  • Pick up a Schedule of Events.



“Fascinating!!! Thanks for sharing such important history.”  
~ Mary Ellen and John Gallant, Gilford, NH 


We look forward to welcoming you to historic Tamworth Village and the Remick homestead and farm!


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