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Remick Museum & Farm presents Homestead Christmas

TAMWORTH VILLAGE, NH, NOVEMBER 14, 2018  -- On Saturday, December 1, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village presents a family-friendly way to welcome the holiday season during Homestead Christmas. This festive annual event allows all generations to feel as though they’ve stepped back in time through reminiscent seasonal sights, tastes, smells and sounds.

A walk through the first floor of the seasonally-decorated historic Captain Enoch Remick House (c. 1808), provides a glimpse into the Victorian era and includes the original doctors' office once shared by Dr. Edwin "Doc" Crafts Remick (1903-1993) and his father, Dr. Edwin Remick (1866-1935). In the kitchen, see a costumed interpreter prepare cookies and bake them in the wood stove. Fresh-from-the-oven cookie samples will be available, with other traditional sweets served in the formal dining room. 

A wagon ride is available to transport visitors between the historic house and the Museum Center, where a welcoming cup of wassail, exhibits, a take-home craft, apothecary tastings and products, and an open-hearth cooking demonstration—including samples of gingerbread and more—await. The freshly interpreted second-floor apartment of Doc and Marion Remick features a Christmas tree with 1940s-style decorations, holiday touches, music and treats.

Between activities visitors can spend time greeting farm animals across the farmstead grounds and visit the Sugar House, where corn husk wreaths, packaged gifts, gift certificates, Remick-wear and Remick-made foods and treats are for sale; Remick-raised meats are available at the Museum Store.

Donations to the organization’s Hat, Scarf & Mittens Drive to benefit the children of the Kenneth A. Brett School in Tamworth will be received on this day and through Saturday, December 15. For a donation of a complete set of these items, donors will receive one general admission pass to the museum; interested persons should call the museum to learn more.

Admission to Homestead Christmas is $5 per person; there is no charge for children ages four and under.
For more information, call 603-323-7591 or visit the Remick website at


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PHOTO CAPTION (hi-res image provided):  Museum Educator Carol Felice talks with Homestead Christmas visitors at the open-hearth demonstration. The museum's reproduction 19th-century open hearth, used for educational purposes and Hearthside Dinners, is shown in the background.

(Other high-resolution images available on request.)


Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm
Founded in 1996 and open year round, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm is located in Tamworth Village, NH, where we celebrate 200+ years of agricultural tradition and interpret the world of the country doctor through the lives of Dr. Edwin “Doc” Crafts Remick (1903-1993) and his father, Dr. Edwin Remick (1866-1935). 

In addition to the Museum Center and historic Captain Enoch Remick House (c. 1808), the museum features walking trails, vegetable and herb gardens, grazing pastures, agricultural outbuildings, a maple sugar house and more. Workshops, classes, history-based and farm-to-table events occur in all seasons.

Remick is a Yankee Magazine “Best of New England 2018” recipient and was named a “2018 Family Favorite” by the readers of ParentingNH Magazine .

Remick is a member of ALHFAM (The Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums), as well as part of the New Hampshire Heritage Museum Trail .
Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm
58 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth, NH 03886

603-323-7591 or 800-686-6117 |