Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm
Blending the past with the present to explore over 200 years of rural living through the lives of two country doctors and their prominent family. Featuring historic barns, buildings and homes, sustainable agriculture, livestock and barnyard animals, New Hampshire pastimes, lore and history.
Learn about historic architecture, agricultural practices, domestic customs, sustainable living traditions and the important contribution of the country doctor.
The Museum & Farm’s uniqueness extends beyond its quaint village setting and role in history. As a working farm, the barns, buildings and grounds are an integral part of the Museum. Step into a cattle barn, milk house, ice house, maple sugar house, stable, woodsman’s shop and historic English Barn. The story of a farm comes to life as you take a tour or walk the property, engage with farm animals or witness daily chores.
The Captain Enoch Remick House, built in 1808 and on the National Register of Historic Places, contains antique furnishings of the Remick family, the preserved doctors’ office, an apothecary and murals attributed to the American painter John Avery.
$5 admission; 4 and under, FREE.