Fort Langley National Historic Site
Fur Trade Challenge
Discover the impact of the fur trade on the creation of the colony of British Columbia and explore the relationship between the local First Nations and...
Communities in the Fur Trade
The history of the Hudson’s Bay Company and the Canadian fur trade;
Students will work collaboratively in small groups and lead themselves on an exploration and evaluation of the fort.
Vive les Voyageurs
Immerse your students in a French-Canadian cultural experience at our 19th century Hudson’s Bay Company trading post
Visiting Fort Langley National Historic Site will be different than previous years. Be prepared, and know what is open and closed before you go.
Please note that fees for school programs booked in 2023 will be increasing.
Meet virtually with an experienced heritage presenter and experience the history of Fort Langley from your classroom! Each program consists of a presentation, a flint and steel demonstration, and an interactive Q&A period.
Offered Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 12:30 pm PST, each program is one hour.
- Virtual Visit to Fort Langley (elementary)
Capture your students' imaginations through one of our on-site school programs. Each of our BC curriculum-based program includes hands-on activities, exploration of the Hudson’s Bay Company fur trading post, and interaction with our heritage interpreters.
Offered Monday to Friday at 10:00 am and Wednesday at 12:30 pm, each program is 2 hours.
- Communities in the Fur Trade (primary elementary)
- Fur Trade Challenge (intermediate elementary)
- Commemorative Challenge (secondary)
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Immerse your students in a unique cultural experience with one of our enhanced school programs.
- Vive les Voyageurs (all ages) - Offered January 16 to 27, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
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