Westfield Heritage Centre
Address: 1049 Kirkwall Road, Rockton, L0R 1X0
Link: Westfield Heritage Village
Westfield Heritage Village is a pioneer village where Bright River Station, the Hammond home and sawmill, orphanage bedroom, Lawson’s General Store, church, cemetary and a backdrop for Avonlea in the Anne movies. The village holds an Anne of Green Gables day, gives tours, and has a collection of Anne film artifacts.
Bright River Station/ Jerseyville Railway Station
Bright River Station in Anne of Green Gables
Bright River Station in the the first episode of Road to Avonlea, The Journey Begins, where Sara Stanley and her nanny Louisa and Andrew King arrive
This station was built in 1896 for the village of Jerseyville, servicing a train line between Hamilton and Brantford.
General Store and Apple Hill Post Office The interior of the Avonlea General Store in Anne of Green Gables, where Matthew tries to buy a dress for Anne.
Episcopal Methodist Church
the Avonlea Town Hall in the Road to Avonlea episode Strictly Melodrama.
in the episode The Journey Begins, Felix and Felicity try out the magic seeds given to them by Peg Bowen at the side of the church.
Matthew’s burial in Anne of Green Gables
The Hammond Sawmill in Anne of Green Gables, where Mr. Hammond dies after fighting with his workers.
This is a replica building with equipment from the 1870s.
The Hammond house in Anne of Green Gables. The interior was used as the Hammond’s kitchen.
Originally built in 1820, located outside of Branford on the road to London.
McRoberts Dry Goods Store
Upstairs interior used for the scene in Anne of Green Gables where Anne is in the orphanage, and is talking to her window friend, Katie.