HERITAGE HOUSE CLOSED
The house at the farm was closed for months in 2020 due to COVID-19. As of early March 2021, the grounds of the park remain open for people to enjoy. The house though remains closed until further notice.
To see the current status of the venue see the London Farm website.
London Heritage Farm
London Heritage Farm is usually open to the public from noon until 5 pm on weekends from February until June, and from Wednesdays to Sundays from noon until 5 pm in July and August (so closed on Mondays and Tuesdays). It is again open just on weekends from September to December in the afternoons.
In 2019/20, the attraction is closed from early winter until late spring as the organization undergoes changes in its operations. In the past they have been open this time of year, but not in 2020.
The best time to visit London Heritage Farm is when combining it with a trip to Steveston Village, but especially when there is an event at the farm.
London Farm Special Events
Special event days at London Heritage Farm include the following:
- Chinese New Year Tea at Chinese New Year (in either January or February depending on the year).
- London Easter Tea in the spring.
- Annual Plant Sale and Mother’s Day Tea each year on the Mother’s Day weekend.
- London Family Farm Day in August.
- Thanksgiving Tea on the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend.
- Remembrance Day Tea on the weekend before November 11.
The London Heritage Farm isn’t so much a destination in itself, but a nice place to visit while in the area. (In other words, it’s worth checking out but you wouldn’t drive across the entire Lower Mainland just to see it and then drive straight back home again. It’s great though to combine with a visit to the general area.) It is also a pleasant bike ride mostly along the water from Steveston Village and not too far from the Britannia Heritage Shipyard.
If exploring the Steveston area and you want to see more, then the farm can be a good place for a short stop.
For more information about the event see the London Heritage Farm website.
Other similar historic sites elsewhere in the Lower Mainland include the following:
- Haney House in Maple Ridge
- Kilby Historic Site near Harrison Hot Springs
- Mackin House in Coquitlam
- Roedde House in Vancouver’s West End
- Stewart Farm in South Surrey near Crescent Beach