Enjoy an “Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving on the Farm” at the NH Farm Museum 11/23!

It was our own New Hampshire native Sarah Josepha Hale, Editor of Godey’s Lady’s Book, who persuaded President Lincoln to declare the fourth Thursday in November a National Day of Thanksgiving in 1863.

Come to the Farm Museum for a special living history farmhouse tour with role players in period dress.


  • enjoy 19th century Holiday music in the parlor
  • horse-drawn wagon rides through the fields
  • visit our blacksmith and explore our barns.
  • Pop popcorn over the campfire.
  • Pumpkin chocolate chip cake and mulled cider will be served in the 1940’s farmhouse kitchen.


  • Members FREE
  • $25 Family (2 adults and their children/grandchildren)
  • $10 Adult 18-64
  • $7.50 senior 65+
  • $5 Juvenile 4-17
  • Child <4 FREE
  • Active Military FREE

Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving on the Farm
NH Farm Museum
Rte 125, Milton, NH 03851
Saturday, November 23, 2019; 10:00am-3:00pm


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