Fort Langley National Historic Site
Experience the excitement of the early West Coast fur trade at Fort Langley and stand in the spot where BC was proclaimed a British colony in 1858. Explore the scenic fort—built by the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1827—where fur traders once exchanged furs, salmon and cranberries with Indigenous communities.
The Fort Langley National Historic Site is packed with interactive displays and activities for the whole family, including a children’s play area. Watch blacksmithing, barrel-making or historic weapons demonstrations, pan for gold and laugh along with an interpretive program. Visit their website for updates on their daily schedule and events calendar.
Additional experiences include overnight stays in a furnished oTENTik and audio tours. There is also Free parking on-site for visitors. The Fort Langley National Historic Site is within walking distance of the Fort Langley Village where you can explore locally owned shops, cafes, restaurants, museums and beautiful walking trails along the Fraser River.