Party like it’s 1845 at the Historic Stewart Farm! The whole family will enjoy this royal celebration with dancing, birthday cake and a chance to meet Queen Victoria herself. Our “faux” queen will cut birthday cake and grace visitors with selfies and royal portraits. Waist coats and feathered hats are encouraged but not mandatory. Subjects attending the free, all ages event are invited to:
- Watch the perform their colourful and lively dances. Also set to perform are their female dance troupe counterparts, the dancers and the fabulous Little Mountain Step n Clog.
- Revel in the reels of the Brigadoon Scottish Highland dance group.
- Enjoy new-style comfort cooking from Hot Grandma’s Kitchen food truck.
- Create a bejeweled crown and craft a scepter fit for royalty.
- Take a turn churning ice cream the old fashioned way.
- Play croquet, make bubbles and hula hoop on the farmhouse lawn.
- Take a moment to relax on the veranda while sipping lemonade and indulging in a slice of birthday cake with ice cream.
- Enjoy a family picnic on the scenic grounds.
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Historic Stewart Farm is a picturesque site telling the story of the Stewarts, an early Surrey pioneer family that lived on the site from 1880 to 1944. Complete with a farmhouse, sprawling farm grounds and outbuildings typical of early Surrey farm life, it is as if the Stewarts and their animals just picked up and left. The site is open to visitors to experience Surrey long ago- completely unplugged. A vibrant, family friendly destination, Historic Stewart Farm invites drop-in tours and holds many programs and events.