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“the birthplace of British Columbia”
Fort Langley is a former trading post of the Hudson's Bay Company, now located in the community of Fort Langley opposite McMillan Island. Commonly referred to as "the birthplace of British Columbia", it is designated a National Historic Site of Canada and is administered by Parks Canada.
This is a wonderful place to learn, explore and enjoy the first settlement in BC. Buildings have been restored to maintain the integrity of the fort, and include their blacksmithing building,... Read more
Due to Covid-19, the visitor center was closed and the historical buildings on the grounds were also closed. Visitors could still wander around and read the descriptions of the buildings.... Read more
So I'm an admitted history buff, so I'm drawn to sites like this, where history comes alive. As a kid growing up in Montreal, I vividly remember being taken on a school field trip when I was... Read more
Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada
- Sun - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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