Fraser Valley Langley & Fort Langley Attractions
Here are the most popular attractions in Langley (other nearby attractions):
Aldergrove Lake Regional Park
8th Ave Jackman Road.
West on Hwy 1, off at 264 Street Exit, follow Hwy 13 south, left on 8th Avenue (at Park directional signs), across Jackman Road, then shortly right into the park.
Open forest with varied wildflowers and a view to the International Boundary. Hiking trail offers a round trip of 4 km - allow 1.5 hours walking/hiking, also ideal for horseback riding.
Aldergrove Telephone Museum & Community Archives
3190 - 271 Street, Aldergrove, BC V4W 3H7
(604) 857-0555 Fax: (604) 857-9559
Operated by the Alder Grove Heritage Society. Winter hours: Saturday, Sunday and holiday Mondays 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Aldergrove Historical Society moved and restored the building, which is a 1910 BC Mills pre-fabricated structure. The collections contains telegraph equipment, operational switchboards, telephones and linesmen equipment. Open: June 1 to September 10, Thursday to Sunday, 11 am to 4 pm, Closed: Mid-December to Mid-January.
Collection of Telephone switchboards, telephones, insulators, telegraph equipment, test equipment, battery boxes, army-style chest microphone, oscillator, wiremen's tools, handsets. Shortreed Cabin and FJ Hart/Telephone Building are under active restoration. Participate in Aldergrove Festival Days.
10am - 4pm, April to October; 10am - 3pm November to March. Admission by donation.
BC Farm Machinery and Agriculture Museum
9131 King Street, Langley
This museum, located next to the Langley Centennial Museum, houses a fascinating collection
of early farming equipment including steam tractors and stump pullers. Also
home of the first crop duster in the province, a vintage Tiger Moth airplane. The museum is open
from April to October Tuesday to Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. On Sundays you can
visit the museum from 1 to 4:45 p.m. Admission fee.
Blair Wave Pool
22200 Fraser Highway
Wave pool is open every day, year-round. The wave machine makes you feel like you're in the Pacific. There's a volcano with flashing lights, a waterfall, a fitness centre and a sauna.
Canadian Museum Of Flight And Transportation
Langley Municipal Airport (off 216th Street) Hangar 3, Langley Township
The Museum has a permanent display of selected vintage aircraft and artifacts. Gift
Shop. Open: 10 am to 4 pm daily, year-round.
Fort Langley National Historic Park
23433 Mavis Street
This is the birthplace of British Columbia. During a visit you'll step inside the high walls to experience the sounds and sights of the Hudson's Bay trading post during the 1850s. The site is open year-round from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Fort's palisades and buildings have been restored and costumed staff demonstrate blacksmithing, barrel making and pioneer cooking.
Langley Centennial Museum and National Exhibition Centre
9135 King Street, Fort Langley, V1M 2S2 (Mavis and King Streets)
This museum features several fascinating displays about the Coast Salish first nations, including
their wood carvings, tools, stone sculptures and basketry. You'll also learn how
the early Asian and European pioneers adapted to their western Canadian land. Shop
at the Noel Booth General Store. Open Monday - Saturday, 10:00 am - 4:45 pm, Sunday: 1:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Closed Mondays from Thanksgiving weekend to mid April.
Admission by donation.
Mill Lake & Centennial Park
Mill Lake Road & Emerson Street,
Abbotsford. Nature trails, fitness track, picnic area, outdoor swimming pool, playground equipment.
Bedford House Restaurant, 9272 Glover Rd, Ft Langley
(604) 525-4465 (New Westminster)
Experience a river adventure on The Native
, a 27 metre replica of a sternwheeler! You'll leave from the New Westminster waterfront and take a ride back to the 19th century. The all-day trip offers an entertaining narration which explains the accomplishments and hardships encountered by Simon Fraser on his voyage to the mouth of the river. You'll hear about the Natives who fished and hunted along the river, the wild days of the Gold Rush and the role of the Hudson's Bay Company in the development of British Columbia. The tour will take you past Port Hammond, Barnston Island, Port Haney and you'll dock at Fort Langley (with a two hour stopover), the birthplace of British Columbia. Pass by the riverside communities of Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Surrey, Port Hammond, and Haney. Cruises are offered at various time and fares vary, with one-way trips available
Vancouver Game Farm
5048 -264 Street
Aldergrove, B.C. V4W 1N7
(200 yards south of Hwy #1 at the264th street exit)
(604) 856-6825 Fax: (604) 857-9008
Over 115 species of wildlife- walk or bicycle through its 120 acres of lush farmland. Take a ride on our Safari Express Train. Open daily throughout the year 8 am until dusk.
Here are the other Fraser Valley communities:
[ Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge
| Harrison - Aggazis
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