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Langley | British Columbia

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Fort Langley

National Historic Site

Historic Fort by the Fraser River. A former trading post of the Hudson’s Bay Company, commonly known as the Birthplace of British Columbia.

Guests can enter all the historic buildings inside the fort featuring interacting exhibitions that portray the living conditions of the fur traders. The site also provides “glamping” tents for visitors who want to stay overnight.

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Fort Langley Heritage Village

Heritage Village of over 3,400 people and home to the Fort Langley National Historic Site. Visitors can stroll over Glover Road to find unique restaurants, coffee shops, and stores in its historical heritage buildings.

The community also contains the BC Farm and Equipment Museum and the Langley Centennial Museum.

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Downtown Langley

The vibrant and warm area located at the heart of Langley City. Home to over 300 businesses, the area offers restaurants, stores, a mural walking tour, and even the Cascades Casino Resort.

The main avenue Fraser Hwy hosts the Langley Arts Festival during the summer and live events at its popular McBurney Plaza.

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Home Town of Country Star Dallas Smith

Platinum-selling Country star Dallas Smith “has blazed a path across genres in Canadian music” (CBCMusic) for nearly two decades and fans continue to prove they’ll follow him wherever he wants to go.

 

 

Dallas was born in Langley in 1977. He grew up in a house filled with his dad’s classic rock and his mom’s country. As a youngster, his favourite band was the Beatles.

Smith made his first and biggest splash in North American music as the lead singer of the Juno-winning rock band Default.

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Canadian Museum of Flight

An aviation museum located at the Langley Regional Airport.

The museum contains an exhibition of over 25 original aircrafts, including jets, gliders, and helicopters, as well as many original artifacts.

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Greater Vancouver Zoo

Home to more than 140 species from around the world, including rescued, donated, and orphaned animals.

The Zoo offers tours, exhibitions, shows, and educational programs all year round.

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Campbell River Regional Park

Recommended by COLIN MсQUILLAN

Regional park with plenty of hiking, walking, and equestrian trails to choose from, as well as a camping site and picnic areas.

  • Formed by six historical farm plots, the park also contains two heritage buildings: Rowlatt Farmstead
  • the historical Lochiel Schoolhouse.
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Sendal Gardens

Recommended by ANNE PALMER

Botanical gardens with an area of over 3 acres of trees, trails, and boardwalks. Visitors can enter the glass greenhouse, open during business hours, which contains unique tropical plants and flowers.

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Murrayville’s Five Corners

Recommended by SANDY DUNKLEY

A 5-roads intersection with historical buildings over 100-years old. Around it, visitors can find heritage buildings such as the school, a church, and also the locals’ long-standing favourite businesses:

  • Porter’s Bistro and Tea House
  • Tracycakes Bakery
  • Princess and the Pea Bed and Breakfast
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Krause Berry Farms & Estate Winery

Recommended by ANNE PALMER

Unique estate with activities for visitors of all ages, including U-Pick berry fields, a market, and a winery.

Visitors can pick flowers, berries, and pumpkins depending on the season, and find fresh farm food and house decor items at the market and bakery all year round.

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Brydon Lagoon

Recommended by NATASHA FENNEMA

A city park containing a restored sewage lagoon.

The loop trail around the lagoon is approximately half a kilometre. During their stroll, visitors can spot geese, songbirds, turtles, eagles, owls, bats, and over 10 different species of ducks.

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Williams Park

Recommended by SHANA WILLIAMSON

City park featuring hiking trails, picnic areas and a playground. Visitors can also enjoy the treed natural area and the sandy banks by the Salmon River.

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Brogan’s Diner

Recommended by ELEANOR WELLS

One of the favourite family restaurants in Downtown Langley, featuring a retro atmosphere with the original 50’s memorabilia.

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Toy Traders

Recommended by KAREN STURROCK-FORBES

Toy trade store where customers can receive store credit for unique collectibles and vintage items.

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Derby Reach Regional Park

Recommended by ANDREA HAHLEN MENARY

An ecological regional park located on the banks of the Fraser River. Visitors can enjoy its forest and riverfront trails and picnic areas, staying for overnight camping, and admire the view of the mountains.

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Penzer Action Park

Recommended by KAREN STURROCK-FORBES

Innovative city park geared to kids of all ages. The area features a bike park, a parkour ground, a basketball court, and climbing walls.

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Douglas Park

Recommended by BRENDA-LEE HUOT-HUNTER

City park located in Downtown Langley, featuring a playground, an outdoor gym, and a stage. During the summer, visitors can enjoy concerts, theatre, and movies in the park.

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