Sugar Hill Sampler is a unique experience...Gift Shop and Museum, thoughtfully displayed in an colonial barn built by the family’s ancestors...the 1st permanent settlers in Sugar Hill who came by ox cart into the wilderness about 1790.
Where wagons rolled in with tons of hay, and farm animals called home, has been sensitively modeled into 4,000 square feet of display and museum space framed by hand hewn beams, old barn boards and even some original flooring cut from this farm’s forest in the 1800’s.
Visitors came from far and wide each year to browse, sample our homemade products, explore our museum and photo gallery of area history and lore.
The location, on the crest of a hilltop meadow, offers a magnificent mountain view. It is one of the most famous of the entire White Mountains ~ the view you see time and again on postcards and calendars.
The Gift Offerings include an array of Candles ~ Tapers, Pillars, Votives in many designs, sizes, color and fragrances accompanied by beautiful holders and rings; Elegant quality Candle Rings, Florals, Bouquets and Garlands, so life like you need to touch to know it’s not fresh from the garden, are a specialty.
Selections of Holiday Decor are choice...natural looking, safe and an investment that will be used and treasured for years to come.
Marvelously Scented Soaps, handmade Potpourris and Relaxing Products for the Bath;
Essentials and decor for the home include Handsome Quilts in choice patterns, some copyrighted, and very unusual color schemes. Table Topping, Lamps and Accessories for the discriminating.
Items of fine wood are a specialty from around the world~Acacia bowls and serving pieces from Hawaii, Cedar Root Baskets from the Orient, Marquetry Boxes and Iron Wood crafted in the USA, hand crafted boxes from Poland. There are Books, Toys and Games for young folks.
An additional area downstairs in what was the stable, whose last resident was Barbara’s horse in the 1940’s, offers a combination of Museum Display and Super Bargains of close-outs of discontinued merchandise that makes the trip downstairs worthwhile.Visit Our Museum...
Step back in time..Glimpse into the lives of preceding generations on this very farm and the surrounding countryside as you view displays of family memorabilia, clothing, farm tools and other fascinating articles of life in another era.
Enjoy seeing places and events as you browse through the photo gallery. All is made more meaningful by the personal comments attached to each written by the Sampler’s owner, Barbara Serafini - a 6th g eneration direct descendant of the 1st settler. She shares folklore passed down to her from generations past, as well as her own knowledge of life here during her lifetime of 70+ years that make this museum unlike any other.
Tales and Treasures spanning 200 years...preserving a heritage of a vanishing America.
Open Daily 9:30-5:00 Mid-May thru October
Open Daily 10:00-4:00 November thru New Year's Weekend
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
Hosted by Moriah Design Agency . 603-466-2363. © Updated May 2015