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Fort Langley National Historic Site, Fort Langley
(4.3/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Travel back in time to the 1800s at Fort Langley National Historic Site, the birthplace of British Columbia. The site recreates the time of when Hudson's Bay Company dealt in trading fur to First Nations of the West Coast. Experience life of a bygone era and try your hand at blacksmithing, barrel-making, and gold panning. Meet costumed storytellers, or dress up yourself and embark on exciting pioneering adventures with the kids in the explorer programs. Finish the day off in one of the fort's fur trade themed "oTENTik" accommodations. Add Fort Langley National Historic Site and other attractions to your Fort Langley trip itinerary using our Fort Langley travel itinerary maker.
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  • I really enjoy historical sites and I love visiting the fort. It is laid out nicely and there are hands on exhibits which are great. Definitely worth a stop here if in Fort Langley. 
  • Bring your family and friends here for a day of history and educational experience. Here you can see and learn what people did in order to survive. You can learn how bread is made and candles and soap...  more »
  • We visited this historic site with our young kids and with my grandmother. Each one of us thoroughly enjoyed the experience! I thought we'd take an hour and quickly walk through but we ended up spendi...  more »
  • Educational and beautiful in nice weather. The costumed staff really share their love of history and enjoy children asking questions and trying their hands at tasks the early settlers did.
  • Loved the openness of everything. Lots of opportinity to touch things and play. Especially the gold panning station bringing kids and adults together in an eager search for gold. We had a musket demonstration which was fantastic!
  • Lovley Place, Intresting, Stuff for kids as well. Bring somthing against mosquitoes and all will be well.
  • We got to see blacksmithing live. Very informative!
  • Great place for kids to visit and see how life was lived during the fur trade. Has a collection of authentic buildings, and trades people will tell you about their job historically.