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FORT LANGLEY NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
23433 Mavis Street
Fort Langley, BC

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Open: March through October, Every day from 10 am to 5 pm November through February, Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm by appointment only for groups of ten adults or more. Closed weekends, and for Christmas break December 24 to January 3. Fort Langley offers visitors a taste of Canadian history, circa 1850. Built in 1839, Fort Langley was part of the Hudson's Bay Company's network of fur trading posts across what is now Western Canada. Costumed interpreters help to you enjoy life, using stories, re enactments and demonstrations, as it was at a trading post in the 1850s. The fort has one original building, the Storehouse, and five reconstructed buildings. Washrooms are available in the Visitor Center, and in the fort in the Operations Building. There is a selection of activities for children of all ages including gold panning, carrying fur bales as the voyageurs did, and crayon rubbings.

Phone: (604) 513-4777

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