Preserving the past, to educate the future.
New! Hearthside Tavern DinnerSaturday, October 4
A unique opportunity to watch and learn from our costumed foodways interpreters as they prepare your meal on our 19th-century open hearth. The evening begins with a social gathering, including historic nibbles and beverages. Dinner will follow, while light entertainment, historic table games and dessert round out the evening. As with all our Hearthside meals, the menu will include a delicious array of farm-fresh food based on historical receipts (recipes). BYOBeer/Wine. Very limited seating; $40 per person. Reservations open September 4 and advance registration is required. Ages 18+. No special food accommodations available for this dinner.
“To educate a broad and diverse public to the value and significance of the medical practice and agricultural way of life of the country doctor and to preserve and interpret the Remick property and collections for the benefit of the public.”
For more information on these and all of our offerings
Daily, through August 30
SAVE THE DATE:
Saturdays thru October 11, 11am
$5 per person, children ages 4 and under are free.
9 a.m.: Self-Explore the Museum Center
10 a.m.: Milking Demonstration in Doc Remick's Barn
11 a.m.: Captain Enoch Remick House Tour
12:30 p.m.: Country Living Demonstration
1 p.m.: Farm and Building Tour
Explore. ReDiscover. Learn.