#RemickMuseum    

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

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

The Farm 

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

  • Enjoy meet & greets with our farm animals each season of the year. At Remick, goat kids are born in the spring, while calving season begins in the spring and ends as late as early winter.

  • We’re currently raising these breeds:
    ~ Beef Cattle: Black Angus and Hereford
    ~ Dairy Cattle: Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Holstein, Jersey and Milking Shorthorn
    ~ Goats: Nubian
    ~ Horse: Miniature Horse

  • Walk through our gardens: Vegetable and flower gardens; a Medicinal Herb Garden; a shaded, memorial flower garden; an interactive Children’s Garden.

  • There is always activity on a farm and Remick Farm is no exception. The farm grounds are the setting for seasonal farm education for children and adults. Our current season of activities can be found under the Visit & Learn tab. When winter conditions are present, the grounds are closed (generally early December); please call (603) 323-7591 to inquire.

  • Our farm-raised beef and lamb are sold in the museum store. If you are making a special trip for these items, please call (603) 323-7591 to inquire about open hours, and to confirm the availability of cuts.

The Farm Property

  • The Binsack Trail is a low-impact, ~0.5-mile hike 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. Sightings documented by others can be viewed here. Annual Spring Bird Walks: Tamworth Conservation Commission.   

  • The property is a popular and colorful site for scenic, seasonal photography—please read our Photography Policy.

  • There are picnic tables for you to enjoy a pack-in/pack-out picnic lunch.

  • The Remick property is beautiful in all seasons, though closed to visitors for safety reasons once winter conditions are present underfoot (~ December 1 until spring snowmelt). The Binsak Trail remains open in all seasons from dawn to dusk (trail is unmaintained during winter months; visitors assume all risks). Call (603) 323-7591 to learn more.
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“My favorite museum. I learn something new every time!”  
~ Denise Ferriman, Mirror Lake, NH
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