Farmhouse Museum

London Heritage Farm Historical Site, Richmond BCLondon Farmhouse has been furnished with articles commonly found in homes from 1880 to 1929 and the outdoor agricultural equipment reflects farming in Richmond from 1880 to 1940s. The Museum is located on the upper floor with six rooms display the furniture, pictures, clothing, quilts and everyday articles of the era and the many London family photographs that hang throughout the house give you a glimpse into their history as one of the pioneer farming families of Richmond.

The Museum is open for viewing during regular public hours (see Hours of Operation) and entrance is by donation at the door.

The Bedroom, photo credit Dave Kemp
The Bedroom

 

The Weaver's Room, photo credit Dave Kemp
The Weaver’s Room

 

The Corridor, photo credit Dave Kemp
The Corridor

 

Old Childhood Story Books, photo credit Dave Kemp
Old Childhood Story Books

 

The Baby Room, photo credit Dave Kemp
The Baby Room

 

Ladies' Purse and Suitcase, photo credit Dave Kemp
Ladies’ Purse and Suitcase

 

Hat on Dresser, photo credit Dave Kemp
Hat on Dresser

 

Yesteryear Dress, photo credit Dave Kemp
Yesteryear Dress

 

Spectacles and Diary, photo credit Dave Kemp
Spectacles and Diary

 

Hat Reflection on Mirror, photo credit Dave Kemp
Hat Reflection on Mirror

 

Old Fashion Hat, photo credit Dave Kemp
Old Fashion Hat

 

Floral Hair Clip, photo credit Dave Kemp
Floral Hair Clip

 

Guess what this is?, photo credit Dave Kemp
Guess what this is?

 

Trinket Box and Hand Mirrors, photo credit Dave Kemp
Trinket Box and Hand Mirrors

 

Casual Dress and Hat, photo credit Dave Kemp
Casual Dress and Hat