Maple Ridge Museum
Located in Maple Ridge between the Lougheed Highway and Haney Bypass at 22520 116th Ave. The museum is housed in the former Manager’s home for Port Haney Brick & Tile. The museum features First Nations prehistory, history of settlement and prominent families of historic Maple Ridge and a world-class model railway diorama of the Port Haney area.
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This gracious family home was built on the brow of a hill overlooking the Fraser River by pioneer Thomas Haney for his wife Anne and family in 1878. It was patterned after the Haney family home in Ontario. The Haney family and their descendents occupied the house until 1979 when the last occupants donated the home and property to District of Maple Ridge as a museum of family life. + read more
St. Andrew’s Heritage Church Hall
Built in 1888 as a Presbyterian Church on land donated by Thomas Haney, it was outgrown by St. Andrews United Church in 1957 and the congregation moved on. The building was rescued from demolition and became municipal property. It is managed by the Maple Ridge Historical Society as a rental for meetings, parties and small weddings. + read more