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London Heritage Farm
Ranked #22 of 109 things to do in Richmond
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Reviewed 14 December 2015

London Heritage Farm has a picturesque setting over looking the Fraser River. It is a somewhat small site with a small heritage home and farm. I pass the Farm when riding along Dyke Road and there are a number of townhouses adjacent to the farm. In the summer there are craft fairs and other activities held on the site which are fun to attend. A visit to London Heritage Farm is definitely worth it if you are in the area however I would not go out of my way to see it.

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Reviewed 12 October 2015 via mobile

First time at this heritage house/farm with a touch of old England. The house is delightful and the setting of the tea room is cosy. The tea called London Lady Tea was one of the best I have ever had. Food was just as good: just enough to keep you going till dinner! Would be lovely to come back in summer when the gardens are blooming. Check out their website as they have seasonal teas!!!!

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Reviewed 10 October 2015

Set on the banks of the Fraser River, the London Heritage Farm offers a pleasant semi-rural setting. Takes you back to the early days of Steveston as you walk into the life lived by the pioneering "London" family. The highlight is High Tea served on old English china, complete with delicious jams and baked goods with perfectly brewed tea. The small gift shop has unique gifts including jams, teas, china, tea pots and so forth. Kids like the collection of animals on display in the summertime. Highly recommend this as a great stop anytime.

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Reviewed 16 August 2015 via mobile

Last week our daughter got married at the farm. It was very romantic they got married in front of the heritage house. And pictures at the gazebo and across street at river there was a lot of parking wasent sure about the weather so at a cost they put up canopies didn't get a chance to look through the farm house but will be back to look around. Thx.

Thank janelle99
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Reviewed 5 June 2015

This is a beautiful old home across from the Fraser RIver. It has been preserved in a manner to indicate how it was for the original family and is very true to historical detail. From the house to the chicken barn, to the gardens and gazebo, it is a beautiful place to visit. I have seen many weddings take place here! Also, it seems popular with artists and photographers...you're apt to see someone with an easel or tripod. A word of caution...the tearoom is fabulous, but don't die of sticker shock when you get those scones.

Thank Wanderhoof
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