Langley is full of family fun and adventure. Visit Chuck E Cheese for a pizza filled fun-fest or take the kids to the Fort Langley National Historic Site and learn about the history of BC.
AC Airways is a Transport Canada approved air carrier.
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Fly with us to your destination of choice practically anywhere in western Canada. We service many local and remote locations that the big carriers are unable. We offer sightseeing flights and tours or we can customize itineraries to suit your needs , business or plesure. Sightseeing flights include scenic views of local mountains lakes and glaciers. Other tours include seeing the Gulf Islands, Vancouver harbour and the numerous city attractions. AC Airways offers flexibility and convenience to passengers by flying on your schedule and accommodating flights booked on short notice. Book your next business or pleasure trip with us.
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Located in the restored 1917 Aldergrove Telephone Exchange. On display: Telephone switchboards, onld telephones, glass and porcelain insulators, telegraph equipment, telephone repair tools, and a Strowger step-by-step switch. They also house the Aldergrove Community Archives.
See baby goats, lambs, calves, chicks, and a huge white ox! This farm is open for educational dairy tours, farm animal visits, hayrides, apple blossom tours, fall pumpkin festival and more. Check their website for schedules.
24990 84th Avenue
Aldor Acres Dairy Center is a small family owned and run dairy farm milking 35 cows. Our mandate is to promote agricultural awareness while maintaining a viable operation. We provide educational tours of our facility to various groups and families. All visitors enjoy the chance to try hands on farm chores, including hand milking a cow.
Discover B.C.'s rich farm history, from horse drawn implements to a complete farm kitchen. This collection, which is the largest in Western Canada, demonstrates the fascinating evolution of farm machinery in this era.
9131 King Street
Fort Langley, BC
Come and play your favourite slot machines, try your luck at blackjack, roulette, or any of our other table games, or take part in the craze that’s sweeping the gaming world in our poker room! Cascades Casino is a major Fraser Valley entertainment destination with over 70,000 square feet of gaming facility.
20393 Fraser Highway
Langley has an abundance of Christmas Tree farms. Choose and cut your own tree or choose a fresh cut tree.
This colossal building, designed to mimic a space ship, holds 18 movie theatres, a big screen IMAX theatre, lounge, and video game centre.
Situated on the main CN line at the corner of Glover and Mavis the station has become an important piece of Fort Langley village. The site has expanded with the addition of a 1930 Speeder and Speeder shed. Rounding out the collection is a CN heritage display with a 1900 velocipede, the 1915 Station and Simpson Garden, the 1920s caboose (which houses original artifacts plus working model train display) and the 1947 railcar which serves as a heritage information center.
Open Thursday to Sunday 12 to 4
At the corner of Glover Road and Mavis Street
Fort Langley, BC
Experience the historic original buildings and interactive displays and activities at the Fort Langley National Historic Site. Come see the furs traded by the aboriginal peoples, watch the fascinating demonstrations by costumed interpreters, observe the art of barrel making, hear the ringing of the anvil in the blacksmith shop or feel the cool water as you pan for gold.
23433 Mavis Street
Fort Langley, BC
Experience over 500 different animals in 120 acres of wide open spaces. Walk, bike, blade, quadra-cycle, or take the train. Step into the Wild!
5048 - 264th Street
1915 CN Station relocated to the corner of Mavis and Glover in Fort Langley and refurbished from 1983-1985 when it was officially 'opened' by the then Lieutenant Governor of B.C., J.V. Clyne. Built and designed by the Great Northern RR it was bought by the CNR in l918. Today it houses the Fort Langley Artists Group, F.L.A.G. in the baggage room and has a small museum in the ticket office and waiting room. Outside the station on a special piece of track sits the 1900's velocipede belonging to the B.C. Agricultural Museum. The 'site' also has a l920's Caboose with original furnishings and with a well equipped working model RR. To the West of the Caboose is the 1947 railcar recently bought by the Langley Heritage Society and refurnished. It is manned by summer students for July and August and by "site" volunteers for May, June, Sept and October (until Thanksgiving).
In 2001, the Langley Heritage Society received a prestigious B.C. Heritage Society Award of Honour for preservation and conservation of the CN Station Site. It's worth a visit!
Summer & Fall
Weekends from 12 to 4p.m.
Explore the multi-cultural influences that shaped Langley into the community it is today. Discover the magnificent collection of the First Peoples woodcarvings, basketry and stone sculptures, as well as the contributions of early European and Asian pioneers. Enjoy the latest display of art, history or science in the Exhibition Gallery.
9135 King Street
Fort Langley, BC
The Langley Speedway Historical Society (LSHS)is a registered non-profit Society, dedicated to the preservation and restoration of Langley Speedway, within the context of the Campbell Valley Regional Park plan. The plan includes a vision for the former racetrack as an event site.
The track is located south of 16th Ave, at the end of 208th St. There is a gravel road past the yellow gate that leads directly to the speedway!
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Mountain View Conservation & Breeding Centre was founded in 1986, and is a BC non-profit wildlife conservation facility dedicated to saving rare and endangered Canadian wildlife species from extinction. We operate endangered species conservation and recovery programs here at our breeding facility that covers over 300 acres of beautiful Fraser Valley rainforest. The Centre hosts guided tours at 10am and 1pm (rain or shine) between March 1st and October 31st. Learn all about our Conservation, breeding and return programs that are saving BC's Northern Spotted Owls, Vancouver Island Marmots, Oregon Spotted Frogs plus some of the 500 other species of flora and fauna in our Conservatory. Bring your camera, wear appropriate clothing for the weather, and please reserve your tour in advance. Special rates for school & college student groups, Scouts and Guides, seniors & community groups. Please visit www.mtnviewconservation.org for more info or call the number below.
(Near 232 street and Glover Road, north of the
Trans Canada Highway),
Savour delicious wines and enjoy freshly baked goods.
Fresh air, sunshine and lots of perfectly ripened produce.
With over 600 shops to choose from, there's something for you.
Enjoy a day trip or camp-out on an incredible wildlife adventure.