Activities and experiences

Fort Langley National Historic Site

Share your views and help shape the future of Fort Langley National Historic Site.

From June 24 to July 23, 2024, you are invited to provide feedback on the proposed vision and key strategies for the draft management plan for Fort Langley National Historic Site. Visit this page for more details.

See where Hudson’s Bay Company fur traders mingled with California gold prospectors and hear First Nations interpreters tell century-old tales. Take a guided tour, hear the clang of our Blacksmith's anvil, and climb the rustic bastion towers as you discover the history of Fort Langley.

Calendar of events

Step back in time during historic reenactments, commemorate significant moments, and participate in hands-on workshops during our special events.

Métis bateau exhibit

View a traditional river boat, built by a local Métis craftsman, and discover how goods were transported during the fur trade.

School programs

Capture your students' imaginations through one of our BC curriculum-based school programs. 

Red chairs

We saved you a seat! Relax and enjoy the views from our pair of red Adirondack chairs.

Children's play area

A dedicated toddler area with soft flooring provides a safe place for your youngest children to explore.

Volunteering opportunities

Bring history to life! Parks Canada is looking for dedicated individuals to create lasting memories and amazing experiences for visitors.

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