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  • Fort Langley Trading Post
    Fort Langley Trading Post
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    Reconstructed Buildings
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  • Wooden Building
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Langley Things to Do

  • Visit Fort Langley (Town)

    Langley itself, is not that interesting. The city is relatively new, so there's not much to see, in terms of history.But, if you head about 6 miles outside of Langley, you'll reach Fort Langley. I'm not exactly sure when the town itself was constructed, but it was built around the historic, Fort Langley Trading Post. The town is known as the...

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  • Visit Fort Langley Trading Post

    I've been to Vancouver 7 previous times, and never knew this place existed. I found it completely by accident, looking at a map of Vancouver, and me knowing nothing about Canadian history prior to the 20th century, I had to check this place out. It's a great place to learn about the pre-modern British Columbia.The trading post is located in the...

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  • Fort Langley - Fort Langley National...

    Fort Langley was established by the Hudson’s Bay Company as a trading post in 1827; it was southwestern B.C.’s first European settlement The original Fort Langley was established in 1827 by the Hudson's Bay Company. It served as part of a network of fur trade forts operating in the New Caledonia and Columbia Districts (now British Columbia and...

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  • Canadian Museum of Flight - Starfighter

    The CF-104 Starfighter is the canadian version of the american Lockheed F-104. The single-seat Starfighters were built under license by Canadair in Cartierville, Quebec.The F-104 was a high speed, high altitude interceptor. It was nevertheless mainly used as a low-level, high speed fighter-bomber in many NATO countries (Germany, Nethertlands,...

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  • Canadian Museum of Flight - Vampire

    De Havilland DH Vampire FB 3 ( serial 17058) was used by the RCAF. From 1949 to 1958, it served with 421 Fighter Squadron (at Trenton) , 50 OTU Chatham, 400 (AUX) at Toronto and at Rockliffe and St Hubert. It flew later as a civil aircraft in Puerto Rico and Calgary.It was donated to the Canadian Museum of Flight by Don Cambell from Kapuskasing,...

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  • Canadian Museum of Flight

    The only air museum around Vancouver.More than 25 aircraft are displayed.Admission: (Note: GST is applicable)Adults $ 5.00Seniors / Students $ 4.00Children under 6 $ FreeThe Museum and Gift Shop is open daily 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.

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Langley Hotels

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  • Best Western Langley Inn

    5978 Glover Road, Langley City, British Columbia, V3A 4H9, Canada

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Days Inn &Amp; Suites - Langley

    20250 Logan Ave, Langley, BC, V3A4L6, CA

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Travelodge Langley City

    21653 Fraser Hwy, Langley, BC V3A4H1

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

Langley Transportation

  • Float plane from Langley to Victoria

    Harbour Air With over 25 years of service and more than 30 aircraft we have grown to be the largest all-seaplane airline in the world. Experience scheduled services, scenic tours and private charters that will show you spectacular British Columbia from a new point of view. from langley regional airport on 216 and 56th to the inner harbour in...

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  • Albion Ferry (Fraser Valley Region)

    Connecting Fort Langley (north end of Glover Road) and Maple Ridge (on River Road near 240 Street), shuttles vehicles and walk-on passengers seven days a week from 5 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Wonderful views of the Fraser River, boats, commericial fishing and boating related sheds and yards on the river banks. During the day time, two 24-vehicle ferries...

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Langley Off The Beaten Path

  • Carmanah's Profile Photo

    by Carmanah Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    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. In response to the gold rush which attracted many Americans, British Columbia was proclaimed a Crown Colony at Fort Langley in 1858. Today, Fort Langley evokes a sense of historic place with one original building and several reconstructed buildings, costumed interpretors, historic objects and special events. It's located an hour's drive east of Vancouver.
    Photo: My sister, me and my mom inside Fort Langley in the summer of 99.

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Langley Favorites

  • Out on the farm in Aldergrove, BC

    Aldergrove is an agricultural community in the Fraser Valley, about an hour drive east of Vancouver by freeway. My Aunt Merilee and my Uncle Sandy owned a farm in Aldergrove. In the picture, you see my sister Erin. She's the little girl in the blue. I'm the girl in the pink standing next to my Mom. My Aunt Merilee's holding a chicken, and the...

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  • Canoeing

    One of my fondest memories was during the times in the summer that my family would visit my Aunt Merilee and Uncle Sandy's place out in Aldergrove, BC. They had a large property, including a pond. I was probably 6 years old at the time here, but it was my first time ever canoeing. As I couldn't swim then, I was always a bit nervous around water....

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  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

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