Closure Due to COVID Uptick

New Hampshire is currently experiencing “high” transmission of COVID and a significantly increased number of cases. Due to this serious situation, the Board of Trustees of the New Hampshire Farm Museum has reluctantly decided to close for the season at the end of today, November 20, 2021. It was a difficult decision to make, but necessary to protect the health and safety of both our visitors and our staff members.

Throughout the season so far, we have been able to tailor our events to exclusively take place outside. With harsher temperatures approaching, we simply can’t provide enough activities that would keep our visitors warm and also meet the CDC safety standards.

Both the Board and our staff appreciate your understanding of this decision. We hope you stay healthy over the winter and can rejoin us for activities starting in 2022. In January, our list of events for next year, will be up and listed on our website at:

Respectfully yours,
Ken Anderson, President, NHFM Board of Trustees
November 20, 2021

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Off-Season (Winter)

It’s currently our off-season at the New Hampshire Farm Museum! Between mid-October and mid-May, the museum is only open on certain days for special events.

View our event page to see what events are coming up!

Spring at the Museum

MID-MAY through early JUNE
Saturdays: 10:00–4:00
Sundays: 10:00–4:00

Seedlings, baby animals, new beginnings... Visit us in the spring and watch the farm come to life! 

Summer at the Museum

The Farm is open 5 days a week in the summer!
Wednesday though Sunday: 10:00–4:00

Fourth at the Museum, farm animals, tractors, trucks, and wagons... summer is a busy time at the farm! 

Autumn at the Museum

Saturdays: 10:00-3:00
Sundays: 10:00-3:00

The New Hampshire Pie Festival, harvest time, hiking the trails in Jones Woods... autumn is beautiful at the farm.


The New Hampshire Farm Museum is closer than you think! Located right on Route 125 in beautiful Milton, New Hampshire, the Farm Museum is only 20 minutes from Rochester, New Hampshire, 30 minutes from Dover and Wolfeboro, 40 minutes from Portsmouth, 55 minutes from Conway, just an hour from the cities of Salem, Concord, and Manchester, and only 1 hour 10 minutes from Portland, Maine!

From NH-16 Spaulding Turnpike:

Traveling on NH Route 16 (North or South), take exit 18 to Route 125, Union/Milton Mills. Take a right off the exit to head south on Route 125. The Farm Museum is just 1.4 miles down the road on your right!

Get directions online from Google Maps »


FAMILY PASS (two adults + their kids or grandkids): $25
SENIORS (65+): $7.50
JUNIORS (4-17): $5
CHILDREN (under 4): FREE
ACTIVE MILITARY MEMBERS (and their families): FREE

Fundraisers, classes, camps, and workshops are individually priced.