Fort Langley National Historic Site
Strategically located on the banks of the Fraser River, the palisades of Fort Langley stand tall. Discover the rich and varied history of this Hudson’s Bay Company fur trading post as you explore the rough-hewn timber buildings that recreate life in the 1800s.
Explore Fort Langley at your own pace with our multilingual audio tours.
Learn through play as you participate in our hands-on children's activities.
Camp inside the timber walls of a 19th century Canadian fort.
Visiting Fort Langley National Historic Site
Things to do, events, guided tours, school programs, children's activities, volunteering.
Maps and directions, how to get here, hours of operation, site map, accessibility, facilities and services, site rentals.
Sleep overnight in a history-themed oTENTik.
Daily visitor fees, camping and program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
Commercial film and photography permits.
COVID-19 and your visit.
Planning to visit during COVID-19?
Please note that in-person services at leləm’ Café and Sxwimele Boutique and Gifts are closed indefinitely.
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Hours of operation
Fort Langley National Historic Site is open 7 days a week, 10 am to 5 pm.
We are closed on December 24, 25, 26, 31 and January 1.
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