Welcome to Farm Country... the original Circle Farm Tour!

1. Agassiz-Harrison Museum & Visitor Information Centre
Visitor Information Centre is located in Pioneer Park & housed in a Canadian Pacific Railway Station built in 1893. The museum records, both local CPR history & includes extensive archives relating to the Agassiz Harrison area. The gift shop offers crafts; collectibles & books featuring local artists & authors. The Agassiz Visitor Information Centre provides a wealth of information on the local & surrounding area. "A taste of Canadian history with a small-town flavour!"

Open: May to October | Daily 10 – 4 (Sun 1 - 4 )Guided Tours AvailableBus Parking AvaiableWheelchair Access
7011 Pioneer Avenue | 604.796.3545
agassizharrisonmuseum@shawbiz.ca | www.agassizharrisonmuseum.org

2. Canadian Hazelnut
Hazelnuts – that's us! We grow, process & sell a variety of certified organic products including fresh, roasted, candied, chocolate dipped & bark, flour, protein powders, cold pressed oils, butter & chocolate spread, as well as gift baskets for all occasions. Come & enjoy a walk in our orchard & enjoy a self-guided tour. U-pick during September & October.

Open Daily: Jan to Mar: 10 - 4 |April to June: 10 - 5
July thru to Labour Day: 9 - 6 | Sept to Dec: 9 - 5
Closed December 24 to January 2, 2013
6682 Lougheed (#7) Highway | 604.796.2136Bus Parking Available 

3. The Back Porch
Dan & Lynda invite you to visit their pottery studio, or watch coffee being roasted in a circa 1919 Flame Roaster. Head out to the barn for antiques, collectibles, & other home or garden décor items. Fresh Russian Red Garlic is available in-season. Character buildings, chickens & ongoing garden projects make this a fun & relaxing experience.

Open Thurs - Sun: 11 - 5 | Closed December 25 to March 1, 2013
6116 Golf Road | 604.796.9871 |

 4. The Farm House Natural Cheeses
We make a large range of artisan cheeses & dairy products right on our family farm using the rich pure milk from our own cows & goats. The farm shop also offers local & regional food, gelati ice cream, & quality gifts. Watch the cheesemaking process through the viewing windows, & enjoy the taste of pure country! Check our website for special events on the farm.

Open: Mon - Sat 10 - 5 | Sun 1 - 5
Closed: January, Easter Sunday and Dec. 25 & 26
5634 McCallum Road | 604.796.8741Wheelchair AccessBus Parking AvailableGuided Tours Available
info@farmhousecheeses.com | www.farmhousecheeses.com

5. The Tasty Chicken Farm
We make a You will come for the poultry and you will stay for the opulent scenery. Our chicken and turkey are raised over 5 pristine acres between a hazelnut orchard, a towering hillside and lush, reclaimed wetlands. Plan ahead to take home fresh whole meats in May, July and Septmeber. No additives, non-medicated, organic-fed, open fields, fresh water, halal certified and darn tasty!

Open: Mon, Thurs & Fri 11 - 6 | Sat 2 - 6 | July & Aug open Sunday 2 - 6
Winter Hours: Thurs to Sat 2 - 6 | Closed Oct 5 to 19

1800 Ashton Road |604.796.9347Wheelchair AccessBus Parking Available
Order online anytine, year round |

6. Kilby Historic Site
A 1920s living history site features our 1906 general store museum, post office and Manchester House Hotel. Enjoy costumed interpreters, children's activities & working heritage farm with friendly farm animals. Also on site is the Kilby Restaurant featuring a  traditional home-style lunch menu. For the 2013 season we are the new home of Blackberry Lane Pie Company. And finally the Kilby Gift Shop offers crafts and gifts from local artisans, photographers and a variety of unique items, including home-made fudge!

New this year we re-open for two weeks for Christmas. Dec 6 Thursday to Monday 11 - 4 until Dec 17.

Open: Mar 28 to May 16 Thurs thru to Monday 11 am to 4 pm | May 16 - Sept 2 Open Daily 11 to 5 pm | Sept 2 - Oct 21 Thurs to Monday 11 – 4 | Season of the Eagles Nov 16 - Dec 8 Open Sat & Sun 11 am to 4 pm
215 Kilby Road, Harrison MillsWheelchair AccessBus Parking AvailableGuided Tours AvailableAdmission Fees Applicable
604.796.9576 |
info@kilby.ca | www.kilby.ca




7. Sparkes Corn Barn
You can't leave the Corn Capital of BC without the best corn you've ever tasted! Our corn is handpicked daily for the highest quality & freshness, guaranteed! Our season begins in July with our Peaches & Cream; and as soon as we can, we have our famous Sparkes Triple Sweet Jubilee variety in the corn barns for the rest of the season. Sweet and Crunchy! Look for the small green & yellow hip roofed barn on Highway #7 and in various locations within Chilliwack.

Drive Thru July to Sept | Open Daily 10am to 6 pm

604.819.3078 | sparkscornbarn@gmail.com



8. Agassiz Farm Fresh Market

This will be the fourth season for our authentic; communiy based Farmer's Market featuring fabulous vendor-produced goods. Visitors will find a variety of fresh, local veggies; fruits; plants; meats; baked goods; arts and crafts. Our mission is to support local economy; foster a community of sustainabilty and educate consumers. Our motto is: "Grow It, Bake It, Make It!" 

June 6 - Sept 12 | Every Thurs 3 pm to 6 pm

7011 Pioneer Street (In the Museum Parking Lot)

agassizfarmfreshmarket@gmail.com | www.agassizfarmfreshmarket.com

9. Flower Stand

Pick up your local fresh cut tulips and hyacinths at our roadside stand.

Open Daily | January to Mother's Day | Dawn to Dusk

1694 Tranmer Raod | 604.796.3496

kate@tulipsofthevalley.com | www.tulipsofthevalley.com

10. Tulips of the Valley - Tulip Festival

Our 8th ANNUAL Tulip Festival opens April 2013. Wander around our 30 acres of tulips and enjoy local food and products. Take home some fresh cut and potted tulips when you leave. Don't forget your camera and dress appropeiately for the weather. Parking is located about a .5 km walk from the fields.

Wed - Fri Noon - 4 pm | Sat & Sun 10 am to 5 pm | CLOSED Mon & Tues

Chowat Road, Seabird Island | 604.796.3496

kate@tulipsofthevalley.com | www.tulipsofthevalley.com

A celebration of past and present, this tour is a rich mix of wonderful things to see, do, smell, and taste! See bison roaming the fields, watch artisan cheese and hand crafted pottery in the making. Take a guided tour of a diary farm, revisit a 1920’s active farming community, enjoy a twilight serenade, and shop for antiques, home & garden décor. Smell fresh coffee being roasted and 30 different varieties of tulips! Taste uniquely blended teas, heirloom tomatoes, gelati ice cream, Russian Red garlic, hazelnuts, corn, strawberries, and fresh veggies.


April 17, 2014
Tulips of the Valley
April 20, 2014
Easter at Kilby
May 19, 2014
Kilby's Teddy Bear Picnic