Current weekend schedule

(Note: a different schedule will be in effect on event days. See the Calendar of events for more information.)

Fort Langley 101
Adults listen to a tour guide

Saturdays and Sundays at 10:45 am, 1:15 pm and 4:00 pm

Join us for a 15-minute synopsis of Fort Langley’s story, starting at the big wooden entry gates.

Coopering demonstration
A cooper shapes a barrel stave

Saturdays and Sundays at 11:00 am

Watch a demonstration in the cooperage and learn how barrels were made to export salmon and other goods from Fort Langley.

Feature presentation

Saturdays and Sundays at 12:00 pm and 1:30 pm

Join in the excitement of an interactive presentation highlighting the stories of Fort Langley’s original inhabitants: the boat builders, fur traders, farmers or families.

Fire program
Man hammering hot metal

Saturdays and Sundays at 3:00 pm

Whether we show you blacksmithing, flint and steel, or baking, our interpreters will definitely spark your interest with this demonstration.

Flag lowering
Crowd watching flag being lowered

Saturdays and Sundays at 4:30 pm

Witness the lowering of the flag.

Current Monday to Friday schedule

Guided tour
woman dressed in historical costume

Weekdays at 11:00 am and 3:00 pm

Meet a costumed interpreter for a personal history tour about the fur trade at Fort Langley. After the tour, explore the rest of the site’s buildings, activities, and exhibits at your own pace.

White glove program
Man hammering hot metal

Mondays and Fridays at 2:30 pm (or message us to book a group presentation)

Visit the Big House and meet our Collections Officer. Hear the stories of Fort Langley’s past through hands-on examination of metal objects dating from the fur trade and gold rush eras. Put on the white gloves and try your hand at identifying an artifact.

Year-round activities:

Visitor Centre

Start your visit in the Visitor Centre where you’ll have the option of picking up our audio tour; or watching the orientation video.

Explore the fort

As you explore the site, discover the roots of this 1827 Hudson’s Bay Company fur trade post where British Columbia was proclaimed. Find out how Fort Langley influenced the course of Canada’s history. Climb the rustic bastion towers, and enjoy a peaceful view of the Fraser River

Family activities

Families can participate in the Parks Canada Xplorers program, packed with fun activities. Pan for gold (when the weather is mild), build the walls of the playhouse and let your imaginations run free in our Children’s Play Area.

Eat and shop

Both leləm’ at the fort Café and Šxwimelə Boutique and Gifts are open year round. Enjoy a relaxing lunch or snack on site.