Haney House Museum
Thomas Haney, with the help of Samuel Edge and Daniel Callaghan, built this home for his family in 1883. It was patterned after the Haney family home in Ontario. The Haney family and their descendants 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. Mary Hawley Isaac, the last Haney descendant to live in the house, was well known for opening her home to tours and visitors, long before she donated the land, building and its contents to the District of Maple Ridge. In 1981, the building was opened to the public on a regular basis for tours. Haney House Museum
also hosts an annual series of events including a Mother’s Day Tea and summer, Halloween and Christmas events.
Port Haney Heritage Walk
If you are looking for a heritage tour, the City of Maple Ridge has a self-guided Port Haney Heritage Walk. The walk connects the Port Haney area heritage sites on a scenic tour near the Fraser River. The walk is approximately 1.4 km one way and is moderately difficult with some inclines. Download the Port Haney Heritage Walk (PDF)