Heritage & Culture

With international interest in the region growing the British quickly moved to proclaim the Crown Colony of British Columbia. The “Big House” at Fort Langley provided the background for this official ceremony. 150 years later the walls of this historic fur trading post still stand as a reminder of Langley’s proud heritage.

Visit the Fort Langley National Historic Site, the place where it all began and watch as costumed interpreters demonstrate the pioneer way of life. Explore the multi-cultural influences that shaped Langley into the community it is today at the many museums and galleries.

19 Oct, 2016

4 ways to Celebrate Halloween in Langley

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Heritage & Culture

Here are 4 excellent ways to celebrate Halloween this year – for the young, and the young at heart!

05 Oct, 2016

Celebrating the Harvest

Categories: Agritourism, Heritage & Culture

In recent weeks, one can’t help but notice that the local markets are abundant with gnarly gourds, smiling sunflowers, delicious artisan preserves and fresh fall fruits and vegetables from the fertile Fraser Valley soil.  It’s harvest time, and a time of year when friends and family try to find time to come together to honor the season.

21 Sep, 2016

Fall Date Ideas in Langley, B.C.

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Agritourism, Heritage & Culture, Itineraries

The leaves are changing and the days are getting shorter which means fall is upon us! I personally love the fall season, whether it’s snuggling under a blanket with a book and hot tea or wondering around on cool sunny fall days, you can’t seem to go wrong with the fall season. We’ve put together some fall date ideas for you, a significant other or with your family! Check out what Langley has to offer.

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Upcoming Events

Oct 28

Zealous Art Studio Grand Opening

Free mini painting party, door prizes, swag bags, many local small businesses highlighted in the studio and through door prizes.

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Did You Know?

The Crown Colony of British Columbia was signed into existence at Fort Langley in 1858.

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