Muster Field Farm Museum
North Sutton, NH 03260
The Muster Field Farm Museum was established for educational purposes to promote and encourage the history of New Hampshire agriculture and early architecture.
The Museum has four major attractions, including:
The Matthew Harvey Homestead, a handsome 18th century farmhouse listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The homestead is open for guided tours on Sundays during the summer months.
A collection of historic farm buildings ranging from huge barns to small corn cribs saved from destruction and moved to the property
A working farm, producing vegetables, flowers, hay, cord wood and maple syrup and featuring many farm animals. A farmstand is open daily throughout the summer.
250 acres of scenic fields and woods, located between Mount Kearsarge and King Ridge. The grounds and historic farm buildings are both open year round for self-guided tours.
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