Historic Stewart Farm hosts many seasonal events. (Jon Healy/City of Surrey/ Black Press Media file photo)

Surrey: This historic farm loves kids and families

Surrey’s Historic Stewart Farm encourages children to run free

This site is fantastic for photos and families as it depicts farm life in Surrey around the year 1900.

Although the facility was closed as of April 2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis, when it re-opens, visitors can expect to see staff in period cosutmes, and tons of special events and programs. Meanwhile, visitors can go on virtual tours by visiting this website.

Check this website for information on future openings.

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Historic Stewart Farm hosts many seasonal events. (City of Surrey/ Black Press Media file photo)

Historic Stewart Farm hosts many seasonal events. (City of Surrey/ Black Press Media file photo)

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