About London Heritage Farm
6511 Dyke Road
Richmond, B.C. V7E 3R3
Website: London Heritage Farm
July to August: Wednesday to Sunday - 12 to 5pm.
September to June (closed in January): Saturday and Sunday, 12 to 5pm
Donations are appreciated
If you require accessible parking please contact London Heritage Farm at 604-271-5220 in advance of your visit and we would be happy to provide closer parking to the heritage house.
The main floor of the heritage house is accessible.
City of Richmond Archives Photograph 1984 17 74
Welcome to London Heritage Farm, a site that contains the historical London Farm House and a park overlooking the Fraser River.
Explore the 1898, late Victorian, London Farm House which has been fully restored and furnished to illustrate rural life in Richmond between 1890 and 1920.
London Heritage Farm is one of the earliest farm sites in Richmond. Charles and Henrietta London built a small house on site in 1898 and then added to it in 1906. The farm produced dairy products, oats, wheat barley, fruit from an orchard and vegetables. This riverfront land became known as London’s landing and a wharf was built on the property to provide greater access to the river to send farm products to market.
Today visitors can also enjoy beautiful heritage perennial flowers, a kitchen and herb garden, an outside exhibit of large, antique farm equipment, chickens, Honey and Blue Orchard bees and community gardens.
A variety of programs and events are offered at London Heritage Farm each year including, Doors Open Richmond, Family Farm Day, tours, school programs and a community allotment garden.
For a current schedule of events and programs please visit www.londonheritagefarm.ca
For educational programs please open the Museum and Heritage Site field trips brochure.
The lovely country-style Tea Room seats up to 24 and serves London Farm's own blend of "London Lady" tea, homemade scones with organic jam and real butter and three other baked items for $15.00 per person.
High Tea is available on select weekends for $24 per person. Please visit www.londonheritagefarm.ca for details. The last seating for tea is at 4:00pm
For tea room reservations please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Locally made jams and jellies, London Heritage Farm's own honey, handmade soap, English Bone China and many other items are for sale in the gift shop.
The Tea Room is also available for rent for smaller groups (up to 24 seated or 35-40 standing) for meetings, bridal or baby showers, anniversaries and birthday parties.
For more information please visit www.londonheritagefarm.ca
Filming and Commercial Photography
For more information please contact:
City of Richmond Film Office