Visiting Fort Langley National Historic Site will be different than previous years. Be prepared, and know what is open and closed before you go.


  • Pat Calihou

    Bateau-building project

    Local Métis craftsman, Pat Calihou, constructed a new bateau exhibit that is now on display. Discover Pat’s interesting personal connection to the Hudson’s Bay Company’s boats.

  • Fort Langley's costumed interpreters.

    ​Watch live demonstrations with costumed interpreters

    Take a guided tour, hear the clang of the anvil or the creak of wooden barrel staves during our live demonstrations. See today’s interpretation schedule!

  • Children playing

    Children’s Activities

    Learn through play! Fort Langley National Historic Site is packed with fun things for you and your children to explore.

  • Adultes écoutant des histoires audio

    ​Thrill to the stories of Fort Langley's audio tours

    Let the audio tour be your guide. Meander from the palisade to the bastions to the Big House, and hear entertaining stories along the way. (Available in multiple languages).

  • Campfire in front of the oTENTik.

    ​Sleep over in a history-themed oTENTik

    Camp inside the timber walls of a 19th century Canadian fort in a furnished, heritage-themed oTENTik with 21st century comforts. Walk or cycle to the colourful village of Fort Langley.