The New Hampshire Farm Museum is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization dedicated to preserving, promoting and carrying forward New Hampshire’s rural and agricultural heritage.
The NH Farm Museum consists of two adjoining farmsteads situated on 50 acres located on Plummer’s Ridge in Milton, New Hampshire. The historic Jones Farm and the Plummer Homestead date to the late 18th century and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The farms were passed down in the same families for generations. The Museum is open to the public Thursday-Sunday from mid-June through Labor Day and on weekends during the shoulder seasons. We offer special events and programs on weekends throughout the year. We offer guided tours of the farm and the historic Jones farmhouse and exhibits and displays on rural life and agriculture in New Hampshire. Special events and programs, work shops, school group visits and day camps are offered throughout the year. We have a working farm with heritage breed farm animals and heirloom varieties of vegetables.
Come back to the Farm!
- Explore farm life in New Hampshire from Revolutionary times to the Twentieth Century.
- Tour the historic Jones house and tavern
- Discover our three-story barn filled with tools, wagons, and sleighs
- Go on the Great Yellow Barn Hunt – kids love it!
- Visit our tractor and carriage barn and the apple/cider exhibit
- Meet our farm animals – chickens, goats, sheep, and pigs
- Crack corn the old-fashioned way and feed our chickens
- Explore acres of fields, forests, and wildlife
- Hike an easy trail to the old family cemetery
- Shop for New Hampshire made products in our Country Store!
- Join us for special events like Dairy Day, the Great New Hampshire Pie Festival, and much more! Click on the Events button for a schedule.
Individuals, families, school groups – all are welcome for a memorable visit!