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Poore Family Homestead Historic Farm Museum

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#3 of 7 things to do in Colebrook Features Animals
RFD #1, Stewartstown, Colebrook, NH 03576
+1 603-237-5500
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Amazing historic farm, gardens, and education

A truly unforgettable place! Bring the kids, learn about farming, view old tools and garden... read more

Reviewed September 28, 2015
Newmarket, New Hampshire
House tour is great

Though the buildings are run down, what's in them is well worth seeing. Propaganda flyer from the... read more

Reviewed July 7, 2015
Exeter, New Hampshire
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Established in 1862, this farm is a monument to New England farmers.
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Sep 28, 2015
“Amazing historic farm, gardens, and education”
Jul 7, 2015
“House tour is great”
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RFD #1, Stewartstown, Colebrook, NH 03576
+1 603-237-5500
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Reviewed September 28, 2015

A truly unforgettable place! Bring the kids, learn about farming, view old tools and garden plants, or go to one of their summer events...like pressing apple cider with an old fashioned hand press.

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Reviewed July 7, 2015

Though the buildings are run down, what's in them is well worth seeing. Propaganda flyer from the Spanish American War, advertisings and clippings neatly displayed and well worth reading (don't miss the Advice to Wife and the Circus ones) and great collection of farm equipment...More

Thank KaTe2
Reviewed February 25, 2015

If you like the old farming days. , this place is a must see.Most likely not open in the winter, altho check the website for the schedule of happenings. Pay attention to the detailed garden. ( which plant is what ) In my opinion this...More

Thank Karen F
Reviewed September 25, 2014

Everything I saw online said the site was open to the public year-round. I parked at the information booth and there were "no trespassing" signs all around and the booth had a "closed" sign on it. No other information was provided. Very disappointed.

2  Thank dave d
Reviewed August 7, 2014

I love this museum and property. If you love authentic REAL historical places like I do you will love it. I really like how the family property and things are from the place and not perfect. See how people really lived in the North Country....More

1  Thank HopeM1
Reviewed July 12, 2014

The Poore Farm is the real deal: enter a time warp and emerge 100+ years ago, to a world without electricity, with few modern items, where hard work and grit were required to make it through each day. It is all here, in a charming...More

1  Thank Film G
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