Go Green! Come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

London Heritage Farm will go green this weekend to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Come in green and have fun! For those who are feeling particularly festive, come in a leprechaun costume, replete with white stockings, green top hat and fake (or real!) red beard.

To celebrate in an Irish style, our Tea Room will offer St. Patrick’s Day Tea with scone and special themed goodies (maybe also in green). Singer and Pianist Sharon will entertain guests with some Irish tunes. Come with family and friends to join the celebration. Our Tea Room will open for St. Patrick’s Day Tea this Saturday and Sunday on March 14 and 15, 2015 from 12 to 5 pm. Call 604 271 5220 for reservation is recommended.

St Patrick's Day Greeting

Richmond Review – Lovely tea at the farmhouse

Katie Lawrence of Richmond Review wrote an article titled “Lovely tea at the farmhouse” highlighting what she found while covering the Valentine’s Tea at the London Heritage Farm’s Tea Room on February 14 and 15, 2015. Richmond Review published the article on February 18, 2015 and here is a reprint of that article.
Richmond Review - Lovely tea at the farmhouse

Participating Sites Registration for Doors Open Richmond 2015

Registration for Doors Open Richmond 2015 is open until March 6th to sites interested in participating.

To register a participating site or for more information, please click here to visit the Doors Open Richmond 2015 page in City of Richmond’s website.

Doors Open Richmond 2015, to be held on June 6th and 7th, is Richmond’s 8th annual celebration of arts, culture and heritage. Coordinated by the Richmond Museum Society in partnership with the City of Richmond, this free event allows visitors of all ages to explore Richmond’s heritage and arts at up to 50 partner sites across the city.

Doors Open 2015 Registration deadline

Celebrating Chinese New Year at London Heritage Farm

Celebrating Chinese New Year could be an old tradition at London Farm. Some might not know that Chinese did have a role in the history of London Farm. According to May (London) Mack’s recollections of growing up on the London Farm back in the 1900’s, there was always a Chinese hand living in the little shack at the edge of the garden who grew all the vegetables for the house, did the cooking and other little odd jobs. She recalled their names as Sing and Chung. There was no mentioning of how they celebrated Chinese New Year but we can assume they have observed this important Chinese tradition.

Today is the first day of the Year of the Goat and the beginning of a week-long celebration of the Chinese New Year, also known as “Spring Festival”. To join the celebration, the Farmhouse will be decorated in red with the hanging of lanterns, duilian and paper cuttings at doors and windows.

Come celebrate the “Spring Festival” with family and friends in the Tea Room this weekend and enjoy a Chinese New Year Tea with scones and special goodies. As a Chinese tradition for blessing, kids will receive a Red Packet with “good fortune” inside. The Farmhouse, Tea Room and Gift Shop will be open on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd from 12 to 5 pm.

Chinese New Year at London Heritage Farm

Chinese New Year at London Heritage Farm

Chinese New Year at London Heritage Farm

Chinese New Year at London Heritage Farm

Chinese New Year at London Heritage Farm

Tea with your love ones on Valentine’s Day

Come celebrate Valentine’s Day with your love ones in the romantic setting of our historical Tea Room and enjoy our London Lady Tea with scones and Valentine’s goodies.

Valentine’s Day used to be a day for romantic couples but is now a festival for all to celebrate love and express love to people around us.

Call 604 271 5220 to reserve a Tea for Two or book your Valentine’s Day Tea Party this Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th from 12 to 5 pm.

Don’t forget to visit our Gift Shop for some special gifts for your Valentines.

Valentine's Tea

Gift Shop

Hours of Operation

The Grounds are open to public for free entrance every day from dawn to dusk.

Entrance to the Farmhouse is by donation. The Museum, Tea Room and Gift Shop in the Farmhouse are open to public during the following hours:

January 31 to July 3, 2015
Every Saturday and Sunday
12 noon to 5 pm

July 4 to August 30, 2015
Every Wednesday through Sunday
12 noon to 5 pm

August 31 to late-December, 2015
Every Saturday and Sunday
12 noon to 5 pm

Upcoming Events

Jun
6
Sat
12:00 pm Doors Open Richmond – Tours @ London Heritage Farm
Doors Open Richmond – Tours @ London Heritage Farm
Jun 6 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Doors Open Richmond 2015 is Richmond’s 8th annual celebration of arts, culture and heritage. Coordinated by the Richmond Museum Society in partnership with the City of Richmond, this free event allows visitors of all ages[...]
Jun
7
Sun
12:00 pm Doors Open Richmond – Tours @ London Heritage Farm
Doors Open Richmond – Tours @ London Heritage Farm
Jun 7 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Doors Open Richmond 2015 is Richmond’s 8th annual celebration of arts, culture and heritage. Coordinated by the Richmond Museum Society in partnership with the City of Richmond, this free event allows visitors of all ages[...]
Jun
20
Sat
10:00 am Father’s Day Tea @ London Heritage Farm
Father’s Day Tea @ London Heritage Farm
Jun 20 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
 

Location

6511 Dyke Road
Richmond BC V7E 3R3
Phone: 604-271-5220
Email: londonhf@telus.net

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Accessibility

The garden paths and ground floor of the Farmhouse are wheelchair and walker accessible.

Museum in the Farmhouse

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