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During these unusual times, we feel fortunate to be able to keep the museum grounds open for your visit! 

Visitation Guidelines
We are open and operating under museum guidelines provided by the governor of the State of New Hampshire, made necessary by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Following our general guidelines
will make for a more pleasant visit for your group and others. We thank you in advance for your patience, care and consideration.

See the Plan Your Visit page for helpful information and feel free to call 603-323-7591 with questions.

  • Stay home when ill. We will be here when you feel better!
  • Park only in the marked lot. If the parking lot is full, please visit us at another time. This will limit crowding (and potential virus transmission) both in the parking lot and on our property. [Lot is located on Cleveland Hill Rd., just past the Museum Center, on the left.]
  • Do not congregate at the parking lot or on the Binsack Trail and please practice physical distancing at all times. Maintain at least six feet of separation at all times between you and others who are not part of your household group. 
  • Respect all signage. Please observe all informational signage, especially those indicating areas closed to visitors.
  • Bring face coverings for anyone over age 6 and wear them anytime another person (outside your household group) gets within six feet. 
  • Minimize contact with touchable surfaces and make frequent use of hand sanitizer.
  • Do not engage in contact sports or games while on the property.
  • Stay out of all barns and buildings. To protect the safety of our staff who are operating essential food and farm functions, all our barns and buildings are closed to the public, including the Museum Center.
  • The Museum Store is only open for curbside pickups: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. thru September 6; Thursday–Saturday starting the week of September 7 (Labor Day). Call 603-323-7591 to place an order. 

  • There are no public restrooms open at this time.
  • Maintain distance from the animals. Although they may be cute (and sometimes beg loudly for attention), please do not touch or feed our animals.
  • Pack it in, pack it out. Please take all picnic trash, empty water bottles, etc., home with you.

  • Leave your pets at home. We know pets offer comfort in uncertain times; however, we cannot allow dogs or other pets due to the wildlife and farm animals on our property.

  • The wellbeing and safety of all is our #1 priority and we ask that you make it yours while on site. Those who are unable to abide by these guidelines during their visit will be asked to leave. 

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


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