Church Farmhouse Museum is a Grade II* listed 17th century farmhouse in Hendon, in the London
Borough of Barnet
. The building is the oldest surviving dwelling in Hendon.The museum has two period rooms, a period kitchen and scullery, two exhibition spaces and a large garden with pond. The building is a two-storey, red brick farmhouse with three gables and centrally placed chimney stacks. It is typical of 17th-century Middlesex
vernacular architecture.Barnet Council, in an attempt to save a very small amount of money and despite considerable local opposition, voted to withdraw funding from Church Farmhouse Museum, as well as Barnet Museum
, from April 2011.