Rising from the mist of the Fraser River, the palisades of Fort Langley stand tall. Inside the walls, rough-hewn timber buildings recreate the rugged 1800s. See where Hudson’s Bay Company fur traders mingled with California gold prospectors and hear First Nations interpreters tell century-old tales. Feel the blast of the musket fire, pan for gold dust dreams and dress up to play a historic trading boss.

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Free admission day - October 6

Spend a day exploring—it’s on us! We will be offering one free admission day on October 6, 2018.

See what activities are planned

We can’t wait to see you!

Peak hours, parking and more.

Hours of operation

Every day, from 10 am to 5 pm
Closed, Dec. 25, 26 and Jan. 1

Fees

Free admission for youth in 2018.
Other fees still apply.

Detailed fees list

Contact us

Telephone: 604-513-4777
Email: fort.langley@pc.gc.ca
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