#RemickMuseum      

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

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Unplug and discover the hands-on experiences and simple joys of summertime at the Remick farmstead.

HEALTHFUL & FARM-FRESH: SUMMER AT ITS BEST

Summer Activities, Tours

Free-Range Fun

DAILY ACTIVITIES* | 10AM–3PM

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GUIDED ACTIVITIES & TOURS
Fee charged; preregistration required.
*Note designated days and times. Click each activity name to learn more, including age guidelines.

| TUESDAY–SUNDAY
9:00
 | Goat Hike

Take a guided hike along around the 3/4 mile Binsack Trail with a Remick educator... and some goats. This activity takes place before the museum and grounds open to the public in the morning.

| DAILY
10:30
 | Farm Tour
Join a Remick educator for a guided farm tour. Learn some of the history of the farm and families that lived here while taking in the sights and sounds of a working farm.

| Tuesday–Saturday
11:00 | The Remick Country Doctor Medical Tour

Feel as though you’ve taken a trip back in time during a tour of the Captain Enoch Remick House, which served as the main office for both doctors during this near-century of medical practice.

| DAILY
12:30 | Farm Tour
Join a Remick educator for a guided farm tour. Learn some of the history of the farm and families that lived here while taking in the sights and sounds of a working farm.

| Tuesday–Saturday
1:00 | The Extended Remick Country Doctor Tour
Feel as though you’ve taken a trip back in time during a tour of the Captain Enoch Remick House, which served as the main office for both doctors during this near-century of medical practice. This extended tour includes guided access to Edwin C. (and wife, Marion) Remick’s apartment-style home in the Museum Center.

| DAILY
2:00 | Farm Chores & Milking Demonstration
Join a Remick educator to help take care of some of the farm animals (feeding goats, collecting eggs, etc.) and visit the Dairy Barn where the farm team will demonstrate how the milk is collected using our modern milking machine.


FREE-RANGE FUN
Pay as you wish.
Donation boxes are located at the Welcome Shed and in the Museum Store. 

| DAILY
10–3 | Free-Range Farmsplorations

Enjoy self-guided “farmsploring” (our word for farm exploring) at your own pace.


GENERAL INFORMATION

  • Please enter at the main entrance, located across from the base of the parking lot pathway and observe all signage and open hours. 
  • Ages 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Unless noted otherwise, preregistration is required in the Museum Store 30 minutes prior to the activity start-time or by calling ahead; first come, first served.
  • Check-in at the Museum Store is required for all preregistered activity participants.

To register or for more information, call (603) 323-7591.
Registration & Cancellation Policies

Plan your visit!


“We loved EVERYTHING! Beautiful grounds and animals. Keep up the great work.” 
~ A summer visitor

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Related event!
August is NH Eat Local Month!
Celebrate along with us by purchasing our farm-produced meats, pantry items and herbal teas, available in the museum store.

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