Haney House

Thomas and Anne Haney with four of their children outside of the family home, 1902. (P01046)
Anne Haney and two of her daughters on the front porch c. 1910. (P04308)
Haney House in the winter, 1975. (P00421)

A fixture of Haney since 1883, this family home was built by Thomas Haney. Three generations of his descendants lived in the house up until 1979, when the home was donated to the city to become a historic house museum. As the name may suggest, Thomas Haney and his family were the original founders of the Haney neighbourhood. Thomas having purchased 145 acres of land which would eventually become the town of Haney.


While this scavenger hunt addresses primarily white settler history, it is important to note that both the Katzie and Kwantlen’s history with this land spans back thousands of years prior to the arrival of European settlers. We would like to acknowledge that each of the places in this scavenger hunt are part of the unceded territories of the Katzie First Nation and the Kwantlen First Nation on which we are lucky enough to work and share this land’s history.