Fort Langley, the Birthplace of B.C.
An artisan village with a population of 3,800 within The Langley Township.
Formally a fur trading post of the of the Hudson's Bay Company, we are home to the Fort Langley National Historic Site and many unique eclectic shops, eateries and cafes. Combined with our rural setting, access to the river and mountain vistas, local amenities and the old Fort itself.
- The Fort Langley National Historic Site. A former fur trading post located in the community which attracts about 60,000 visitors a year.
-The BC Farm and Equipment Museum which houses a collection of antique farming equipment.
-The Langley Centennial Museum which exhibits local historical artifacts and provides cultural programming, outdoor recreation including canoeing, fishing, hiking and horseback riding, making it a thriving village with ageless residents and countless visitors alike.