While the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic place restrictions on what we are currently able to offer to the public, we invite your small group (10 people maximum) to enjoy the beautiful grounds of the only country doctor museum in New England—one of only three in the United States—in a safe and respectful manner.
Make Remick your outdoor destination for a walk or exploration, relaxation and rejuvenation, farm fun and experiencing simple summer pleasures, all at your own pace. Pack-in, pack-out picnics are welcome; picnic tables are available on-site. The farmstead gardens, grounds, and Binsack Trail (a 6/10-mile walking path that encircles the main grazing pastures) are open and all farm animals can be visited at their summer locations.
Most especially now, the safety and wellbeing of all involved is our #1 priority: please read all posted visitation guidelines on arrival. At this time, all barns and buildings are closed to the public, including the Museum Center, and we are unable to provide access to drinking water and public restrooms.
We look forward to the time when we can safely welcome you back for indoor museum visits, guided tours of the farmstead and the Captain Enoch Remick House, unique programming and seasonal events. Until then, wishing you healthy and safe travels!
The Plan Your Visit page on our website is a great place to find helpful visitation details; otherwise, call 603-323-7591 for details.
Specials & Deals
Admission by donation/pay what you wish