Rising from the mist of the Fraser River, the palisades of Fort Langley stand tall. Inside the walls, rough-hewn timber buildings recreate the rugged 1800s. See where Hudson’s Bay Company fur traders mingled with California gold prospectors and hear First Nations interpreters tell century-old tales. Feel the blast of the musket fire, pan for gold dust dreams and dress up to play a historic trading boss.


Hours of operation

Fort Langley National Historic Site is open 7 days a week, 10 am to 5 pm. 

We are closed on December 25 and 26, and January 1.


Free admission for youth 17 and under. Other fees still apply.

A detailed fees list can be found here.

Planning to visit during COVID-19?

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Please note that in-person services at leləm’ Café and Sxwimele Boutique and Gifts are closed indefinitely.

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