Fort Langley National Historic Site

Step back to 1827, when 25 Hudson's Bay Company traders set up a tiny trading post along the Fraser River to trade with the Kwantlen and Coast Salish people. Discover how the lives of Indigenous people, HBC traders and even Hawaiians and gold prospectors intertwined, fifty years before Vancouver came into being, which led to the proclamation of British Columbia on this very site! 

Inside the fort walls, watch live demonstrations with costumed interpreters, including musket firing, blacksmithing and coopering. Connect with BC's history, visit the farm animals, and for the whole story, pick up an audio tour for $4.90 at the visitor centre. For details, visit our website at or follow us on Facebook.