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. We are a community museum featuring First Nations Prehistory, geological history, history of settlement, and the history of local industry. We also feature a world-class model railway diorama of the Port Haney area at the height of the railway logging era.
The museum is open from 10am to 4pm Wednesdays through Sundays.
Admission is by donation.
Haney House Museum
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. They came to Maple Ridge in 1876 and in 1882, subdivided their land to create the townsite of Port Haney. Members of the Haney family lived in the home until 1979 when it was donated to the people of Maple Ridge. Restored with the aid of a B.C. Heritage Trust grant, Haney House has been open to the public since 1981. Features of the main floor are a farm kitchen, family portraits and furnishings in the parlour and dining room. Upstairs is a fully furnished master bedroom, little girl’s room, priest’s room and bathroom. The Heritage Walk winds through part of the garden and remnants of the orchard behind Haney House.
Unfortunately, due to the ongoing covid situation, the Haney House remains closed. We cannot accommodate physical distancing at this site, but we look forward to re-opening it as soon as possible.