Nicomekl River

Home to a newcomer family in the early 1900s, Historic Stewart Farm is yours to explore.

Explore Historic Stewart Farm

Historic Stewart Farm is a one-of-a-kind venue in Surrey, located within Elgin Heritage Park, along the Nicomekl River. Protected by heritage designation, the site consists of eight heritage buildings, including the 1894 Farmhouse.

Location

13723 Crescent Road, Surrey

Hours

Farmhouse tours are offered Tuesday to Sunday from noon to 4:30pm. Park visitors are welcome to stroll the grounds during Elgin Heritage Park hours – dawn to dusk. 

Parking

There is a gravel parking lot on site with one wheelchair accessible spot close to the farmhouse. Overflow parking, when needed, is available in the west parking area of Elgin Heritage Park. A walkable 400 metre park trail connects the lot to our heritage site.

Plan Your Visit

Whether you opt for a staff led tour of the house or choose to explore the full site on your own, the site offers a different experience with each visit. And even each season!

    Inside the Farmhouse 

    See what it was like to live in a rural Surrey farmhouse in the early 1900s. The house is yours to explore and to let your mind travel back in time. Take a virtual tour before you visit. 

    Tour the Grounds

    Take your time to adventure on your own during the dawn to dusk Elgin Heritage Park hours. Use the map and onsite storyboards to see the garden, building exteriors and a glimpse inside the pole barn and the vintage farm equipment housed there.

    Peek in the farmhouse windows and relax on a park bench to imagine life on a busy farm at the turn of the last century. While here, walk the park trails to discover the natural wonders of this area, including the river, forest and plants and animals that call it home. Enlarge the printable map.

    Aerial map of the grounds

    Accessibility

    We are committed to providing accessible and inclusive services, programs and opportunities.

    • There is a ramp on the west side of the farmhouse leading to the verandah.
    • Park washrooms are accessible with automatic doors and accessible stalls and counters.
    • A washroom in Stewart Hall is wheelchair accessible.
    • The surrounding trails are packed gravel and the buildings are all accessible on the first floor.

    The heritage site presents some challenges one would expect from a historic farm, including:

    • Some uneven paths on the grounds and in the gravel walkway through the pole barn
    • Lighting is dim in both the pole barn and farmhouse, especially on cloudy days
    • There is no elevator in the farmhouse to the second floor
    • Transit options are limited