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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 ~ Summer 2020
NOW OPEN and operating under museum guidelines provided by the governor of the State of New Hampshire, made necessary by the COVID-19 outbreak.

This summer, we invite you to make Remick your outdoor destination for a walk or exploration, relaxation and rejuvenation, farm fun and simple summer pleasures, all at your own unhurried pace. While we are unable to be open to the extent that our repeat visitors will be accustomed, we feel fortunate to be able to provide access to this historic and special property. So come on by to unplug and enjoy summertime at the farmstead with family and friends! NOW OPEN DAILY from 10AM–2PM and offering admission by donation (pay what you wish).

Currently, for the wellbeing and safety of all, movement around the property is limited and self-led. We are unable to offer programs, tours and events at this time. Our farm animals (beef and dairy cows, chickens, goats, pigs, sheep, a miniature horse and a Standard Rex rabbit) can be seen in their summer settings, where you can get near to them but we ask that you not touch or feed them. The Binsack Trail remains open for foot traffic (no bikes, battery-operated or motorized vehicles). All buildings and barns, including the Museum Center, are closed until further notice, with the exception of the Museum Store, which is open Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m., for curbside pickup (see Purchasing Museum Store Items information, below).

IMPORTANT: Please read our current visitation guidelines before visiting.

Directions can be found here.


  • A face mask for all persons in your party over the age of 6.
  • Pack sunscreen and bug spray. 
  • Although a few hand sanitizer stations are available onsite, you may find it convenient to bring your own.
  • Picnic lunches are welcome and may be enjoyed at our outdoor picnic tables. All picnic waste must be removed from the site by your party.
  • Animals other than service dogs are strictly forbidden on the property.

A fair amount of walking might be necessary if you wish to visit 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. Please watch for traffic and be cautious as you walk to and from the parking lot.

  • Please enter the property at the marked, temporary entrance on Cleveland Hill Rd. Currently, admission is by donation—a pay what you wish basis; donations are greatly appreciated. 

  • The property is a combination of grassy lawns, sloped land and loose gravel. 


  • 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.

  • If you wish to make a purchase from the museum store, please call 603-323-7591 before or during your visit. It will be packed for you and ready for pickup when you leave.



We hope you enjoy your time at the historic Remick farmstead!


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