Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm

Founded in 1994 and opened in 1996, the Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm is located in the historic village of Tamworth, New Hampshire, on the Maine border. Our exhibits and programs celebrate rural life and our mission is to interpret the historic world of the country doctor.

At Remick, visitors experience the seasons of life. Open year-round, our buildings and grounds promote exploration—for many people, it is their first experience being on a farm. Visitors are encouraged to interact with our farm animals and landscape. Here is where they learn where food comes from and how to be responsible stewards of the land.

Programs at Remick are family-friendly and geared toward multigenerational audiences. We offer guided tours, hands-on workshops, and special events throughout the year. We offer herbal medicine programming and our handmade herbal products are sold onsite. As part of our commitment to rural life,
we frequently partner with the state/county Farm Bureau and 4-H programs, as well as host farm-to-
table events and present workshops for beginning farmers and gardeners.

Four of the museum buildings include the Museum Center house and barn, an English-style stable, the milk house where the first New Hampshire milk pasteurization plant in the region was located, and the Captain Enoch Remick House, which is on the National Register of Historic Places and showcases interesting architectural features, murals attributed to 19th-century American painter John Avery, and the original doctors’ office used by Doctor Edwin Remick (1866–1935) and his son, Dr. Edwin Crafts Remick (1906-1980). Museum artifacts include those related to the medical practice of the Doctors Remick and the personal effects of six generations of the Remick family who settled in Tamworth, NH.

A visit provides a sense of having stepped back in time, or, as one reviewer described it, “It’s an experience to soothe the soul.” For more than twenty years we’ve brought Dr. Remick’s vision to life by preserving his centuries-old family farm and showcasing the rural heritage of our region to people from throughout New England and the world.

Hours of Operation:
May–December, Monday–Saturday 10AM–4PM
January–April, Monday–Friday 10AM–4PM
Closed on major holidays

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