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“A hidden gem in New Hampshire.”
~ Trip Advisor review

Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm: History in the Making

Situated on the picturesque grounds of a historic homestead and farm—still a working farm today, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm is the only country doctor museum in New England and one of only three in the United States. Your visit will provide a glimpse into the important contributions once made by country doctors, as well as New Hampshire’s agricultural and rural past, and highlight ways all generations can learn from these histories.

Interactive learning opportunities are offered as much as possible, each of which allows for an enriched experience. For those who wish to deepen their understanding of historical practices and traditions, throughout the year we offer season-based workshops, classes, activities, hearthside dinners, and “old-time” events—see this month’s calendar. During the summer season, we offer a Summertime Daily Activities schedule, Monday through Saturday.

A treasured destination of locals and visitors alike, your visit to Remick will leave you with a delightful sense of having stepped back in time. The museum and farm is open year round and is tucked into quaint Tamworth Village and nestled between the Lakes and White Mountain Regions of New Hampshire—conveniently located just off the beaten paths of Routes 16 & 25. We look forward to welcoming you!

To educate a broad and diverse public to the values and significance of the medical practice and agricultural way of life of the country doctor, and to preserve and protect the Remick property and collections for the benefit of the public.” 
“Thanks for sharing a treasure!”  ~ The Bowditch Family, Fitchburg, MA


  • Located in historic Tamworth Village, where father and son country doctors, Dr. Edwin Remick and Dr. Edwin “Doc” Crafts Remick, lived and practiced for a combined 99 years.

  • The museum encompasses the Remick homestead, with its two homes, three barns, outbuildings and farm—a nearly 100-acre property.

  • Exhibits in the Museum Center, as well as the buildings and barns, provide glimpses into the contributions and way of life of Tamworth’s country doctorsagricultural, domestic and foodways practices, rural pastimes, and local New Hampshire lore.

The Homestead: Barns & Buildings

  • The Remick homestead, established over 200 years ago, comprises a cattle barn, a historic English barn, a stable, a milk house (part of Doc Remick’s Hillsdale Dairy business and the first milk pasteurization plant north of Rochester, NH), a sugar house (where our maple syrup is “sugared off”), a woodshed, a small ice house, the Edwin C. Remick House, and the Captain Enoch Remick House (on the National Register of Historic Places, please call 603-323-7591 for tour dates and times).

  • The Museum buildings are open for self-led and/or guided tours (season dependent); the Museum Center, which encompasses the Edwin C. Remick House, is open year round.

“Enjoyed the history. Takes you back in time!”  ~ Theresa & Mike Percival, West Warwick, RI


  • A working farm since the Remick family first settled in Tamworth in 1790.

  • Enjoy meet & greets with farm animals each season of the year, and baby animals—calves, lambs, kids (goats), piglets and pullets (chicks)—in the spring.

  • Currently raising these breeds:
    ~ Cattle: Beef—Black Angus and Hereford; Dairy—Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Holstein and Jersey
    ~ Chickens: Araucana, Barred Rock, Cuckoo Maran, New Hampshire Red, Red Leghorn, Silver Laced Wyandotte and Whiting True Blue
    ~ Goats: Nubian
    ~ Horse: Miniature horse

    ~ Pigs: Tamworth and Tamworth Cross
    ~ Rabbit: Flemish Giant
    ~ Sheep: North Country Cheviot

  • Walk through our gardens: Vegetable and flower gardens; A medicinal herb garden; A shaded, memorial flower garden; An interactive children’s garden; A dye garden.

  • Farm-raised ground beef, lamb, pork and pork sausage (three varieties), sausage links, beef steaks and other meat cuts, pork chops and bacon, lamb chops and roasts, and farm-fresh eggs are sold in the Museum Store, while supplies last. If you are making a special trip for these items, please call to inquire: 603-323-7591.

  • There is always activity on a farm and Remick is no exception: the farm is open year-round and is the setting for seasonal farm education and workshops for adults. See this month’s calendar of activities and events. Winter conditions may limit access to the farm grounds, please call to inquire: 603-323-7591. 

The Farm Property

  • Remick has on- and off-site trails, including the on-site Binsack Trail, a low impact 6/10 mile experience offering views of the farm, Mount Chocorua, and the Ossipee Mountain Range.

  • Birdwatchers find such wild birds as killdeer, Canada geese, bluebirds, red-winged blackbirds, herons, cliff swallows, and the quintessential farm bird, barn swallows (Annual Spring Bird Walks: Tamworth Conservation Commission).   

  • The property is a popular, colorful site for scenic, seasonal photography (photos for personal use only, see our policy).

  • There are many open and sheltered spots to enjoy your picnic lunch.

  • The Remick property is beautiful in all seasons and is open year-round (access on the grounds may be limited in winter months due to snowfall).
“My favorite museum. I learn something new every time!”  
~ Denise Ferriman, Mirror Lake, NH 

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