The Miller Farmhouse is a stone farmhouse located in Newcastle, Kings. It was built in 1891 by Stephen Miller, one of the first settlers of the hamlet. It was then home to the Miller family between 1891 and 1984, when it was opened to the public.
Currently, half of the farmhouse is dedicated to The Prohibition Museum, a museum documenting prohibition in Lovia. The other half of the house, including the kitchen and bedrooms is set up as it would have been in the late 19th century, when Newcastle was first founded. For a small fee, members of the public are able to visit the farmhouse and the museum.