#RemickMuseum    

Healthful, farm-fresh experiences for all generations.
(603) 323-7591

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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


THE BASICS


FARM GROUNDS, MUSEUM CENTER & STORE

Winter Hours: Wednesday–Friday 10AM–3PM | Saturday 9AM–12PM
The grounds are unmaintained when ice and snow are present; visitors assume all risks.

GETTING HERE
Directions can be found here.


“What a cool find on our road trip. Thank you!”
 ~ Erin, Bar Harbor, ME



HELPFUL THINGS TO KNOW


WHAT TO BRING

  • Hand sanitizing stations are available during warmer months; however, you may find it convenient to bring your own supply.
  • A water bottle. During the summer, bottled water is available in the museum store.
  • An umbrella, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and other outdoor gear specific to the day’s weather are helpful to have on hand. Bug spray is rarely needed.
  • 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.

WHAT NOT TO BRING
  • Animals, other than service dogs, are strictly forbidden on the property.
  • Bikes, etc. — foot traffic only is allowed on the grounds. 


WHAT TO WEAR

A fair amount of walking is necessary if you wish to visit the various locations of our pastured animals and walk the length of the grounds.

  • Please be mindful of the day’s weather forecast. Weather forecast: Tamworth, NH 03886.
  • Depending on the day, it can be helpful to dress in layers.
  • For your comfort in navigating our varied and irregular terrain, we encourage wearing closed-toe shoes no matter the weather.
  • We highly recommend wearing rubber boots on days that are wet or when sloppy conditions underfoot are likely.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR & MANNERS
We want visitors of all generations to fully enjoy their time on the Remick farmstead. Please observe all signage and follow these guidelines when visiting:

OUTDOORS
  • Beware of electrical fencing surrounding the farm’s pastures.
  • Our animals are on special diets, do not feed them, including grass.
  • Climbing on farm structures and equipment (stonewalls, fences, gates, hay bales, machinery, etc.), smoking, and fishing in the farm pond are prohibited.
  • Do not interrupt or join a pre-paid activity or tour group unless you have registered for it. Signups take place over the phone or in the museum store, depending on the particular activity’s or tour’s guidelines.
  • During a guided activity or tour you are welcome to take lots of pictures, but please silence your cell phone and refrain from texting and having conversations.
  • The Binsack Trail is open dawn–dusk for foot traffic only (no automobiles, bikes, etc.). When using the trail before or after the grounds are open, please stay on the gravel path and enter/exit at the Cleveland Hill or Cattle Barn locations. The gravel connector that winds through the main area of the farm is closed outside of business hours. Reminder: No pets of any kind are allowed on the farm grounds.
 
INDOORS
  • Always walk, never run, in the museum barns and buildings.
  • Indoor voice levels are best.
  • Please silence your cell phone, and refrain from texting and having conversations when others are present or during a guided activity or tour.
  • Follow "OK to touch" and "Do not touch" guidance provided in exhibits.

“We love historical places. This farm is beautiful!” ~ Ruddell Family, St. Clair Shores, MI


PARKING
Our parking lot is located off Cleveland Hill Rd. (an extension of Main Street) in Tamworth Village. The lot is just past the Museum Center, on the left. Other public parking areas are available in the village within easy walking distance. Please watch for traffic and be cautious as you walk from and to your parking spot. The parking lot is not maintained in winter. A town lot is available across from the Museum Center, next to the Town Hall.


ENTRANCE & ADMISSION
  • General admission is pay-as-you-wish for all ages. Donation boxes are located at the Welcome Shed (warmer months) and in the museum store. A fee is charged for all guided activities and tours.
  • Enter at the entrance of the main grounds, located across from the base of the parking lot pathway.
  • Check-in at the Museum Store is not required for self-guided exploring, though we welcome you to stop in and learn what is going on the day of your visit. 
    • Unless directed otherwise when registering, all preregistered activity participants must check in at the museum store.  
    • Unless noted otherwise, same-day registration for activities and tours is required not less than 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. Register in the museum store or by calling ahead. Space is limited; first come, first served. 
  • Please observe all signage and open hours.
  • Visitors ages 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

“A wonderful family adventure.” ~ Douglas & McElheney Families, Nashua, NH
 

ACCESSIBILITY
  • The grounds are a combination of grassy lawns, sloped land, and loose gravel. The Museum Center has ramps for wheelchair accessibility. 
  • Guided Tours: The Captain Enoch House is accessible by granite steps; the 2nd-floor apartment in the Museum Center is not accessible by wheelchair.

RECORDING YOUR VISIT

  • You are welcome to take photos and videos while here and to share them on social media—our hashtags are #RemickMuseum and #RemickFarm.
  • Drones are not allowed on or flying over the property.
  • Please read our On-Site Photography Policy for further details and information regarding commercial photography.

PURCHASING MUSEUM GIFTS, SOUVENIRS & REMICK GOODS
FOLLOWING YOUR VISIT
 

We look forward to welcoming you to the historic Remick farmstead!

    

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