The Best Landmarks in Langley

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Langley, BC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


23433 Mavis Avenue, Langley, BC V1M 2R5

Since 1827

Historical Place, Birthday Parties, Landmarks, Day Camps, School Programs, Gift Shops, Evening Campfire, Geocaching, Girl Guides, Historic Afternoon, Tea and Tour, Visitor Facilities, Gift Shop, Exhibits and Washrooms, Picnic Facilities, Big House, Exhibits Building, Storehouse, Audio Tours & Historic Buildings

More than 85,000 visitors a year - Travel back to the 19th century when French-Canadian traders bartered with coastal First Nations for salmon, cranberries and animal pelts, 30,000 prospectors raged with Fraser River gold fever and a 2,000-acre farm

Price: Daily - Adult $7.80, Senior $6.55, Youth $3.90, Family $19.60, Commercial Group per person (pre-booked group) $6.55, School Groups, Entry and a Heritage Presentation Special Program, per student $3.90, Annual - Adult $19.60 & Senior $16.60

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

My 11 year old history loving son knows a great deal of American History but had lots of questions about Canadian history. We were visiting Seattle with friends and they suggested a day trip to Fort Langley. What a great experience! If you go to the Visitor's Center, they will give the kids a booklet of activities to complete around the fort and then return for a prize. My son loved it! He got to practice hammering metal after watching a blacksmith at work.I highly recommend...

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9135 King Street, Langley, BC V1M 2S2

Since 1958

History Museum, Current Exhibitions, Current Programs, Exhibits and Events, Birthday Parties, Lochiel School Experience, Public Programs, School Programs, Specialty Programs and Events, Exhibitions Overview, First Nations Baskets Online, Foyer Art Exhibit, Artifacts, Visual Arts, Research Resources, Langley's Cemeteries & Gift Shop

Admission is by donation - Between 30 and 35,000 visit the museum or participate in a museum organized program - Over 100 volunteers contribute 3500 or more hours annually in support of their programs and services - 3,500 square feet of exhibition

Mon - Sat 10:00 am - 4:45 pm Sun 1:00 pm - 4:45 pm

My 11 year old history loving son had asked me a lot of questions about Canada's involvement in various wars. We were visiting Seattle with friends and they suggested a day trip to Fort Langley. We visited the Centennial museum and were blown away by all the artifacts and history we learned. When my son walked in, he saw an entire exhibit dedicated to Canada's role in War World 1. He was so excited. We had an outstanding experience, and I highly recommend this museum.

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9131 King Street, Langley, BC V1M 2R6

Since 1966

Museum, Collection of Agricultural Artifacts, Display Artifacts, Events, Gift Shops, Landmarks, Historical Places, Farmers, Workshop, Mechanical Shop, Tourists Attraction, Display Space, an Archives Room, Workshop for Repair & Restoration of Exhibits

Their volunteers put in thousands of hours each year to collect, restore, preserve and exhibit their pioneer history - Each item in their museum is special to them and is becoming rarer every day

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

WOW, what an amazing museum! The outside does not do it justice! Inside -- and beyond are historic pieces-one-after-another!! Be prepared to spend a bit of time exploring the HUGE extent of artifacts that the museum has to offer! We were heading next door to the Fort Langley Museum and discovered this gem! It's so nice to see history preserved to this extent!! All children (young and old) will enjoy exploring!

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