Park open: Dawn to dusk
London Farmhouse open hours
January 1 to May 12: Closed
May 13 to May 19: Sat & Sun 12-4pm
May 20 to September 4: Fri to Sun 10am -4pm
September 5 to December 31: Sat & Sun 12-4pm
Closed on statutory holidays
Starting January 2023 – Please note: Park Construction in Progress
Please be aware that areas within this park are scheduled for construction.
For your safety, please DO NOT ENTER any fenced or barricaded park/trail areas and be aware that large trucks and heavy equipment will be operating in the park during construction.
Your cooperation and understanding is appreciated. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Parks Division: 604-244-1208.
- Picnic tables
- Allotment Gardens
6511 Dyke Road
Richmond, BC V7E 3R3
Free parking is available opposite the farm on the other side of Dyke Road.
The farmhouse has an accessible ramp into the building. Please note, there are gravel paths from the entrance of the farm that lead to and around the farmhouse and there are no elevators to the second floor of the London Farm house.
London Farm is most easily accessed by car, bike, or walking.
For public transit, take the Canada Line Skytrain to Richmond-Brighouse Station then ride the 402 Two Road bus for 23 stops to the stop at Westbound Moncton St @ No. 2 Rd. From there, walk 1.6 km along No. 2 Road and turn left onto Dyke Road. Visit Translink’s Trip Planner tool for more details on how to get here and for bus schedules.
For bikes, take the Railway Greenway to Britannia Shipyards. Turn left at Westwater Drive and continue for 1.8 km along Dyke Road.
Tram Car 1220 is the largest artefact in the City of Richmond’s collection. It is now on display across from the location of the Steveston Station, which closed in 1958.
London Farm is one of the earliest farm sites in Richmond, and features a farm house built by Charles and Henrietta London in 1898.
Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site is a rare surviving example of Steveston’s once thriving mixture of canneries, boatyards, and residences, when fishing and boat building were flourishing industries on the Fraser River.
Built in 1905 as Steveston village’s first bank, this heritage building in the heart of the community serves as a working post office, and as a museum to preserve, promote, and tell the history of Steveston.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site
Built in 1894 and once the largest of its kind, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery is a Parks Canada National Historic Site, featuring exhibits and programs about Canada’s west coast fishing industry.
Garry Point Park & Scotch Pond
Garry Point Park is large waterfront park, located at the southwest tip of Richmond, close to historic Steveston Village. It is home to the historic Scotch Pond, where the Scottish Canadian Cannery and Atagi Boatworks were once located.
Imperial Landing Dock
Located at the south end of English Avenue, Imperial Landing offers public moorage and an excellent vantage point of Steveston’s inner harbour.