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.

08 Nov, 2017

Remembrance Day in Langley, B.C.

Category: Heritage & Culture

Remembrance Day will be on Saturday this year. Langley has 3 ceremonies to choose from, Fort Langley, Murrayville and Aldergrove. Here are the three ceremonies and their locations.

20 Oct, 2017

Halloween Events in Langley, B.C.

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Agritourism, Heritage & Culture, Shopping & Services, Wine & Food

Halloween is fast approaching here in Langley, and we have four great events for the young ones and the young at heart! Don your costumes and get involved in these Halloween events.

05 Sep, 2017

September Events in Langley, B.C.

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Agritourism, Heritage & Culture, Itineraries, Shopping & Services, Wine & Food

It doesn’t feel like September with the warm summer days. We can’t believe that school starts and fall events are cropping up with the harvest! In the meantime, here’s some the events happening around Langley this September.

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Upcoming Events

Jan 18

Walking Tours with Kwantlen First Nations

Join guides from the Kwantlen First Nation for a relaxing walk over the Bedford Channel and onto McMillan Island to learn about Kwantlen Traditional Territory and existing Reserves, traditional languages...

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Did You Know?

Langley is home to close to 7000 horses!

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