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Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada

Fort Langley National Historic Site of CanadaFort Langley is a small Village with an old town main street full of Restaurants, Cafe's Bakeries, Shops, Antiques, galleries and of course The Fort which is a National Historic Site with a mix of beautiful reconstructions and original buildings, plus
all kinds of interactive displays and activities.
 

Fort Langley Location

Fort Langley is located to the North of Langley BC
Follow the Parks Canada "beaver" signs © Parks Canada
•From Vancouver, take the Trans Canada highway east for 40 km
•From Hope, take the Trans Canada highway west for 105 km
•Follow the 232nd Street exit north off Highway #1.
•Fort Langley National Historic Site is just 6 km north of the highway.
•Follow the "beaver" signs along 232nd Street until you reach the stop sign at Glover Road.
•Turn right, and continue into the village of Fort Langley.
•Turn right on Mavis Avenue at the flashing lights, just before the railway tracks. Our parking lot is located at the end of
the street.

Map to Fort Langley

Map to Fort Langley

Fort Langley Contact

Fort Langley BIA, Box 198, Fort Langley, BC V1M 2R5
Phone: 604-888-8835 Fax: 604-888-9038 Email: bia@fortlangley.com
 

Fort Langley Visitor Facilities


The Visitor Orientation Centre – the site entrance and exit – offers a beautiful view of the Fraser River, reception and information services, a gift shop, exhibits, and washrooms.

Picnic facilities, including both a covered picnic shelter and open picnic areas, are located in the shady, grassy park area around the parking lot.
 

Reviews of Fort Langley

I visited Fort Langley end of September, first arriving at the town of Langley, which was very quaint. With little shops and a
good range of restaurants, a very two hours well spent .Then on to Fort Langley itself, it proved very interesting. Its a real
Fort ,I don't know what I was expecting, but I was pleasantly surprised. A construction of solid wood, around the whole
perimeter, even the nails were made out of wood!! There were houses ,within the fort, and as you went inside each one ,it all
unfolded, there laid before me, as it would have been in the 1700's.Showing various trades and an infantry, that I read, to
give a little insight of how it was for the Indians. As well for the english, who didn't treat the Indians very well. A good afternoon well spent..

Review of Fort Langley
A Beautiful Day
Recently, while visiting Vancouver, a native took us to Fort Langley, of which we had never heard. It is not large, and it
was beyond the summer season, so many exhibits were not running. However, we spent about an hour and half there. Mostly
speaking with the very accommodating and knowledgeable staff. It was geared toward children and there are many hands on
activities for them. But, it was a great and painless way for us older types to learn considerable history.

Review of Fort Langley
A little look back in history
An opportunity to go back in time to the beginning of British Columbia. The buildings are original and the guides dress and
act as if it were 1873. The cost is minimal and well worth it.

Review of Fort Langley
Fort Langley was a Fort of great historical importance as it once was the stepping off point to travel north east on the
Fraser River in search of gold. The people who are dressed in time costume portray their roles brilliantly and were very
knowledgeable about the fort and the going ons. Even a few ghost stories came up. Great Attraction
 

Fort Langley Hours

We are open 7 days a week, 10 am to 5 pm.
 

Admission at Fort Langley

Adult $ 7.80
Senior $ 6.55
Youth $ 3.90
Family $ 19.60
 

Parking at Fort Langley

Free parking is located in the large parking lot at the end of Mavis Avenue.
 

Directions to Fort Langley

From Vancouver
take the Trans Canada highway east for 40 km, or 105 km west from Hope. Follow the 232nd Street exit north off Highway #1. Fort Langley National Historic Site is just 6 km north of the highway.

Follow the "beaver" signs along 232nd Street until you reach the stop sign at Glover Road. Turn right, and continue into the village of Fort Langley. Turn right on Mavis Avenue at the flashing lights, just before the railway tracks. Our parking lot is located at the end of the street.

From Richmond and the Vancouver International Airport
Follow Highway 99 South to Highway 10. Follow Highway 10 east to Glover Road (about 30 minutes). Turn left on Glover and continue to the village of Fort Langley. Turn right on Mavis Avenue at the flashing lights, just before the railway tracks. Our parking lot is located at the end of the street.

Village of Fort Langley

Join us in the village of Fort Langley to enjoy a relaxing day of exploring our interesting and beautiful shops - we have over 80 businesses set in a historic atmosphere to help with your service and shopping needs.
 
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