About Pickering Farm
Pickering Farm was built in the 1790's in Richmond, NH by
Timothy Pickering who was known as Squire Pickering. He was a
house wright  and along with other homes in the town built the brick
church that abuts the property. The property passed out of the
family upon his death and had many owners over the years. Some of
the home business that have graced the homestead are Blacksmith,
Cobbler, Farmer, Antique Store, Real Estate Office, as well as the
towns first Post Office. The home is listed in the Historic Homes of
Cheshire County. Currently owned by Diana and Steve Gallagher we
felt that the only name that could be appropriate would be Pickering
Farm.  
Pickering Farm hours are 10 to 5 Thursday-Sunday every week. We
are closed on Easter, Thanksgiving, and from Dec. 24-Jan 2.

The Physical and Mailing address is:
19 Fitzwilliam Rd. Richmond, NH 03470
For a map to Pickering Farm
please use the link below.
Some Pictures of the shop!