Sanborn Mills Farm is a traditional New Hampshire working farm that dates back to the mid-1800s. Surrounded by agricultural fields and managed forests, the farm house, timber-framed barns, and outbuildings have been carefully restored. There are two water powered mills – a sawmill and a grist mill – and a blacksmith shop, all dating from the 1830s and still in use. The farm buildings are clustered around two dams at the outlet of Sanborn Pond and are surrounded by almost 2,000 acres of open space in conservation. Draft animals power much of the work on the farm.