Mission: To promote and encourage education on the history of agriculture in new hampshire. To support and preserve agriculture by demostrating agricultural techniques & traditions.
Programs: Farm days: the museum's largest event of the year, a two-day celebration of all things agricultural, historical, and farm-related. This event features special exhibits and demonstrations positioned over the farms large fields and in its historic buildings. See haying and threshing, hand hewing of timbers, stonewall building and stone splitting, rope making, blacksmithing, and other farm-related skills. Craft demonstrations include spinning, weaving on antique looms, flax processing and spinning, felting, natural dyeing, lace making, and much more.
june jam promotion: muster field farm museums annual musical event features a line-up of local folk, blues, jazz, and rock musicians.
harvest days: harvest-time farm techniques and crafts of all kinds are exhibited on the historic grounds, including threshing, corn and bean shelling, rope making, blacksmithing, weaving, spinning, and open hearth cooking in the circa-1787 matthew harvey homestead.
farm days: demonstration of historical farming techniques and activities. Other program services and farm operations