Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00am-4:00pm except major holidays

Events at the Remick Museum and Farm

The Remick Museum offers a diverse array of programs, workshops and special events for adults, children, and families. Historic traditions of agricultural and domestic life can be experienced through interactive education programs and workshops. The animals and crops we raise are used in historic cooking programs. Seasonal activities like ice harvesting and maple sugaring are celebrated during special events.

Exhibits change with the seasons, so there is always something new for the inquisitive mind of every age. Come share in Dr. Remick's vision, and find your own connection with the past. Learn how much we have in common with those who lived before us.


Remick Museum is Open Year-Round!
Monday - Friday 10AM - 4PM, except major holidays.

Summer Activities (Monday–Saturday, June 24–August 31):

9amMuseum & Farmstand open
Explore the Museum Inside & Out Learn about the Remick family, local history and the history of the farm while self-touring two floors of exhibits. Self guided activities and hands-on-history activities for families are available all day along with nature trail walks and fishing for children in our pond.
10amMeet the Farm Animals Say hello to our friendly farm animals and learn about what they eat, where they live and their purpose on the farm.
10:30Milking in Doc Remick’s Barn Watch our Jersey Cow, Clover, being hand-milked and learn the history of Doc’s dairy business, Hillsdale Farm. Step into the milk house for a close-up look at how milk went from farm to table.
11amGuided Farm Tour Embark on a family-friendly guided tour of our farm to learn about our agricultural history while strolling through our historic buildings and gardens.
12:30

Hands-On-History Children’s Activity Children of all ages will explore history and agriculture by engaging in fun hands-on activities that change daily.

July 29-Aug. 3: Art/Drawing in the gazebo: Try your hand at a landscape with various mediums

Location: Gazebo at main Museum

August 5-Aug. 10: Domestic Art of Laundry: wash clothes the old fashioned way and learn a good survival skill. 
Location: Main museum back yard
Rain plan: Farmer’s Choice

1:30Tour of the Captain Enoch Remick House Visit the home of six generations of the Remick Family and journey through 200 years of collection pieces, antiques, architecture and visit the original Doctors’ office.
2:30

Behind the Scenes Take an in-depth look at an article from our collection or a unique feature in one of our historic buildings.

July 29-Aug. 3: Quill Pens & Ink

Location:
Gazebo at Main Museum

August 5-Aug. 10: Cast Iron: Cookery & Household Implements

Location: Hearth Room/Victorian Kitchen Main Museum

The grounds are open during weekends, visit the farm animals,
enjoy scenic trails or attend a special event.

Museum Admission is $5 per person and children ages 4 and under get in free!

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