Four seasons of healthful, farm-fresh experiences.
(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, 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—Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Holstein, Jersey and Milking Shorthorn
    ~ 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 (Berkshire)
    ~ Rabbit: Flemish Giant
    ~ Sheep: Katahdin, 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.

  • There is always activity on a farm and Remick Farm is no exception. The farm is open year-round and is the setting for seasonal farm education for children and adults. Winter conditions may limit access to the farm grounds, please call to inquire: 603-323-7591.

  • Our own farm-raised meats, fresh eggs and maple syrup 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.

The Farm Property

  • Remick has on- and off-site trails, including the on-site Binsack Trail, 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. 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 many spots for you to enjoy a pack-in/pack-out 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).

Plan your visit.

“My favorite museum. I learn something new every time!”  
~ Denise Ferriman, Mirror Lake, NH


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