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Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm

58 Cleveland Hill Rd, Tamworth, NH 03886-4330
+1 603-323-7591
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Loved it !

Wonderful farm museum and active farm with an incredibly kind and attentive staff. We were greeted... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Kelly W
via mobile
Great

Went here with grandsons and they loved it. Been here before and it's always been a wonderful... read more

Reviewed 19 March 2017
kittie123
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Explore over 200 years of self-sustained living as we preserve the agricultural way of life in New Hampshire. Discover agricultural practices, domestic customs, sustainable living traditions and the important contribution of the country doctor. Interact with the landscape settled by the Remick family in 1790, whose generations rose to prominence in farming and other pursuits, including two country doctors: Dr. Edwin Remick and his son, Dr. Edwin Crafts Remick-for a combined 99 years they served the rural community in which they lived. Observe how Remick's uniqueness extends beyond its village setting and role in history. As a working farm, the buildings are an integral part of the Museum and include milk, ice, and maple sugar houses, a stable and a woodsman's shop. The story of the farm comes to life as you tour the property, engage with farm animals and witness daily chores. Take in heirloom gardens, walking trails and views of Mount Chocorua; an enjoyable setting for photographers and birders. Tour the Captain Enoch Remick House, built in 1808 and on the National Register of Historic Places, which contains antique furnishings of the Remick family, the original doctors' office, an apothecary and murals attributed to the American painter John Avery (early 19th century). Conveniently nestled in a "less traveled" area between the White Mountains and Lakes Region, interactive experiences occur each season: winter beauty and historic pastimes; spring planting and newborn animals; summer growth and daily activities; fall foliage and harvest. Open year-round. All ages. Workshops, classes, lectures, demonstrations. Museum Store. Walking trails. Open and covered picnic spots. Fishing pond (bring your own fishing pole). Farm stand (seasonal). Farm-fresh eggs. Farm-raised meats (while supplies last).
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“Loved it !”
18 Mar 2017
“Great”
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58 Cleveland Hill Rd, Tamworth, NH 03886-4330
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Wonderful farm museum and active farm with an incredibly kind and attentive staff. We were greeted with smiles and we left with a smile. Our favorite part was the participating in the milking of the goat and the guided tour of the Enoch Remick house...More

Thank Kelly W
The-Remick-Team, Public Relations Manager at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Hello Kelly! We are thrilled you had a smile-worthy visit to the museum. Goat milking is a new activity on our summer line-up and we are glad to know it was a hit with you and your companion(s). Our historic village setting is pretty unique...More

Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

Went here with grandsons and they loved it. Been here before and it's always been a wonderful experience.

Thank kittie123
The-Remick-Team, Public Relations Manager at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 20 March 2017

Thank you for the nice words, Kittie123! We are so glad your times at Remick have been enjoyable and that your recent visit provided a “great” experience to share with your grandsons—we love providing multi-generational learning opportunities. See you next time!

Reviewed 9 February 2017

Went early February for "Ice Harvesting Day". You could saw chunks of ice from the pond, pick it onto a ox drawn cart, and watch it loaded into an ice house and have it covered in sawdust; take a ride on a vintage Model T...More

Thank RobertBK
Reviewed 8 November 2016

Ever wonder what it was like for a real country doctor? Well, this is the place. Wonderful history and a real working farm. Lots to see and do for both the parents and the kids. Check their website and see if you can work in...More

Thank Jerry R
The-Remick-Team, Public Relations Manager at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 9 November 2016

Thank you for taking the time to review your visit, Jerry. We are happy to know you and your family enjoyed your time on the farmstead and learning about the history of country doctors through the lives of Doc Remick and his father. Make another...More

Reviewed 24 October 2016

A great way to spend some time, the property is beautiful and the history is very interesting. We bought Leeks from their farm stand, they sell all kinds of produce in the barn.

Thank LeslieS1
The-Remick-Team, Public Relations Manager at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 26 October 2016

Thank you for reviewing your time at Remick, Leslie. We’re happy to know you found it to be an enjoyable visit and hope our farm-grown leeks added a nice touch to your home recipe. Come see us again!

Reviewed 3 October 2016 via mobile

So much to see and so little time. Dress up. Visit the farm. See the movie. See the doctors office. Go for a walk along the trails. We had fun. Small fee.More

Thank tkasper3
The-Remick-Team, Public Relations Manager at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2016

Thank you so much for your review and well done to fit in so much in a short period; there’s more to take in than people often realize. We’re especially glad to know you had what we call HISTORIC fun! Please come visit again when...More

Reviewed 31 August 2016

Had a great time today!! Everyone was very helpful and knowledgeable. Kids loved doing farm chores and learned alot. We have been a few times on school field trips. Every trip back is different! Beautiful area!!!!More

Thank erinwiggin12
The-Remick-Team, Public Relations Manager at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 1 September 2016

Thank you for your review, Erin. We are happy to learn you had a nice time with your family and especially gratified to know you find new things to enjoy each time you visit. We think Tamworth is a beautiful area too, but we may...More

Reviewed 30 August 2016

What a great way to relax and listen to stories of the country doctor and the life in the village of Tamworth. You will be given some interesting facts on life as a country doctor, the house and the connection to the Barnstormers Theater! Children...More

Thank Teresa1194
The-Remick-Team, Public Relations Manager at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 1 September 2016

Hello from Tamworth, Teresa. We appreciate you taking the time to share your impressions of the Museum & Farm and our unique country doctor connection. It sounds like you enjoyed your farm-fresh lunch, something we are proud to be able to offer on scheduled days...More

Reviewed 23 August 2016

had a wonderful time touring the good doctors house and surrounding farm..try to go when they tour the medicinal garden or their is a cooking demostrationMore

Thank arijac
The-Remick-Team, Public Relations Manager at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 24 August 2016

We are pleased to learn you enjoyed your time on the farmstead—thank you for taking time to post your positive review! It sounds like you were able to get out into the gardens to learn about the history of medicinal plants, as well as see...More

Reviewed 14 July 2016

I thoroughly enjoyed hearing the stories about the Remick families and their important role as doctors in the NH north country. What a wonderfully preserved and unique museum. All that is combined with the very active farm and so much to see and do. I...More

Thank MartyW60
The-Remick-Team, Public Relations Manager at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 15 July 2016

Thank you for your review, Marty. We are happy to know you enjoyed your visit, learning about the Doctors Remick and family, and your Farmhouse Kitchen lunch too. We feel it’s a special spot and are happy we are able to share the history and...More

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