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Historic Stewart Farm

The farm through the blossoms in the orchard

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Address and Contact Information

13723 Crescent Road
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada V4P 1J4
Phone: 604-592-6956 Fax: 604-591-4789
Email: stewartfarm@surrey.ca
Admission is kindly sponsored by the Friends of the Surrey Museum and Archives Society.

Hours of Operation

Tuesday to Friday: 10am to 4pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12noon to 4pm
Closed Mondays and Remembrance Day
 

Exhibitions

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April 22, 2017 to September 4, 2017

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Historic Stewart Farm is a picturesque site telling the story of the Stewarts, an early Surrey pioneer family that lived on the site from 1880 to 1944. Complete with a farmhouse, sprawling farm grounds and outbuildings typical of early Surrey farm life, it is as if the Stewarts and their animals just picked up and left. The site is open to visitors to experience Surrey long ago- completely unplugged. A vibrant, family friendly destination, Historic Stewart Farm invites drop-in tours and holds many programs and events.

What to Expect

As you drive in off tree-lined, Crescent Road, the rural scene will sneak up on you. When you open the original stained glass door, the smell of baking on the wood stove will invite you in. Costumed staff will greet you, offering information and a tour or the option to tour on your own. The antique floor boards will creak beneath your step as you imagine a family laughing, dining and living in the house.

Most days there are crafts and a dress up station upstairs. The grounds are open every day, even if the farmhouse is not, with scenic water views and lots of space for kids to run around or try the authentic water pump. Expect to spend at least an hour on site and remember appropriate footwear on rainy days.

Location

Located in South Surrey, just 45 minutes from Vancouver and 10 minutes from the Pacific Border Crossing, Historic Stewart Farm is situated in Elgin Heritage Park on the banks of the Nicomekl River. After touring the farm grounds and buildings, consider a nature trail walk through the park. Please note farm hours differ from park hours.

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Girl doing laundry on the veranda

Public Programs

Experience how Historic Stewart Farm public programs bring the past into the present.

Musicians at Olde Harvest Fair

Events

Drop by with family or friends for old-fashioned fun at the Historic Stewart Farm!

Girl enjoying Mother's Day tea at the Farm

Teas at the Farm

Enjoy a tea time and celebrate a special occasion or have a chat in a lovely setting.

girl at water pump

Stewart Farm School Programs

Inspire your students with heritage school programs at the Historic Stewart Farm.

Stewart Farm summer day camps

Stewart Farm Summer Day Camps

Leave technology at home and spend a summer day on the farm in heritage day camps.

Stewart Farmhouse in 190-

Our History

Unravel the history of the Historic Stewart Farm and the Stewarts themselves.

The farmhouse through the entrance arch

The Farmhouse

Take a look inside the the house to see how the Stewarts lived so long ago.

The pole barn on a dark fall day

Outbuildings

The buildings and grounds at the Farm are a must see when visiting the site.

The orchard and river in the background

Garden and Orchard

The farm is complete with an heirloom garden with varieties the Stewarts would have planted.

Girl at Stewart Farm fence

Photography

Please inquire about taking photos at our magical location.

Stewart Hall is available for rental

Stewart Farm Facility Rentals

Plan your special event at the in the charming setting of the Historic Stewart Farm.