Things to do
Free admission day at Fort Langley National Historic Site
This one’s on us!
In 2017, to celebrate Canada 150, Parks Canada offered free admission and welcomed over 27 million visitors to our national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites. What better way to say “thank you” to our visitors than to offer a free admission day?
Admission is already free on Canada Day, but we’re adding another day for you to enjoy your favourite activities without paying any admission fees.
In 2018, we will offer free admission on October 6.
Take a guided tour, hear the clang of the anvil or the creak of wooden barrel staves during our live demonstrations. See today’s interpretation schedule!
Learn through play! Fort Langley National Historic Site is packed with fun things for you and your children to explore.
Until September 3, 2018. Explore an interactive exhibit, conceived by the Montreal Science Centre in collaboration with scientists, artists and knowledge bearers from several Indigenous communities, highlights the ingenuity of First Peoples and their influence on today’s society.
Let the audio tour be your guide. Meander from the palisade to the bastions to the Big House, and hear entertaining stories along the way. (Available in multiple languages).
Camp inside the timber walls of a 19th century Canadian fort in a furnished, heritage-themed oTENTik with 21st century comforts. Walk or cycle to the colourful village of Fort Langley.