Fort Langley National Historic Site
Visiting Fort Langley National Historic Site will be different than previous years. Be prepared, and know what is open and closed before you go.
Get the complete story with the audio tour!
On The Faces of Fort Langley Audio Tour, colourful characters bring to life the inter-related personal stories behind the Fort’s history.
Available daily, year-round.
- 10 am to 5 pm
Also available on demand without advance booking
Pick up a multilingual audio wand (English, French, Spanish, Mandarin, Japanese and German) at the Visitor Centre and listen as colourful characters bring to life the personal stories behind the Fort’s history. Learn how the colony of British Columbia’s first governor took a stand at Fort Langley during the Fraser River gold rush and forged a milestone in Canadian history. Hear how a chief trader in 1840 helped save the Fort from a catastrophic fire. An elder shares legends about the First Nations people’s reverence for the local bounty of cedar and salmon.
As you listen, set your own pace exploring the Fort from end to end. Climb the palisade and bastion to scan the Fraser River for echoes of the Fort’s noble trading past. Stop in to chat firsthand with the costumed blacksmith or cooper hard at work.
Advanced booking is not required.
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By telephone: 604-513-4777
- Suitable for large groups
- Suitable for small groups
- Suitable for FIT(Fully Independent Travelers)
- Available at additional times upon request
- Available in English, French, Spanish, Mandarin, Japanese and German
- Motorcoach parking available
- On site café/restaurant
- Washrooms on site
- Gift shop
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