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Langley - Attractions and Places of Interest

fort langley bc canadaFort Langley: The village of Fort Langley is made up of over 2700 residents and over 100 businesses. Although it does retain a “small town feel” and historic character is a definite attraction to both residents and tourists. The village offers several Bed & Breakfast accomodations within walking distance of the downtown core and in the outlying area as well as established campgrounds. Recreation includes walking trails, Derby Reach Park, the Fort-to-Fort trail, an active horse industry, river sports and cycling. With over 65,000 visitors annually, this national historic site is a major regional attraction. This important facility features several 1800s buildings surrounded by fort walls and lookout stations. Inside, park operators demonstrate the lifestyle and activities of pioneering life. Additional programs and special events add to the aura of pioneer life. fort langley community hallFort Langley Community Hall - A landmark in Fort Langley, the Hall was completed in 1931 and is a designated "Heritage" Building. It continues to be maintained and supported by a volunteer Board of Directors and members. It is a large, gracious, 2-storey edifice with a grand ballroom, which boasts a horsehair sprung dance floor, a stage with lighting and sound and a balcony. Downstairs there is a meeting room, an office and the Fort Langley Branch of the Fraser Valley Regional Library. The Hall is also the home of the annual Fort Festival of the Performing Arts. It is an excellent rental facility and is popular for parties, meetings, movies and weddings. fishing cat

Mountain View Conservation Centre - Mountain View Conservation Centre is a leading non-profit Canadian facility that hosts endangered wildlife species, in family groups, for re-introduction back into their natural habitat around the world. Mountain View has become a world-renowned wildlife conservation centre dedicated to the breeding and re-introduction of rare & endangered wildlife species, and to the protection of their natural habitat. Species include: Andean Condor, Masai Giraffes, Aardwolves, Zebras, Fossa & Lemur from Madagascar, Cape Hunting Dogs from Africa (now considered to be one of the most endangered species) to South American Tapirs. Cheetahs and Fishing Cats to Clouded Leopards, there are over 15 species of wild cats alone!

centennial museumLangley Centennial Museum - Discover the stories of First Nations peoples, early explorers and pioneer families at the Langley Centennial Museum. The Museum’s National Exhibition Centre Gallery displaying changing exhibits of art, history and nature. Visit the gift shop featuring unique Canadiana and Canadian made gifts. BC Farm Machinery & Agricultural Museum: Helping you discover BC's farm history. From horse drawn implements, to powerful automated machines, a remarkable evolution has occurred. Our collection mirrors this fascinating era. Our extensive research library offers a wealth of information, tractor and engine manuals, magazines and textbooks are available for onsite use. Canadian Museum of Flight - Open year round, this museum houses over 25 aircraft both static and flying. The aircraft range from a WWII Handley Page Hampden to a T-33 Silverstar, and includes the only displayed Handley-Page Hampden in the world.

Cascades Casino - A major Fraser Valley entertainment destination, this 30,000 square foot gaming facility includes 500 Slot machines, Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Three Card Poker, Mini-Baccarat, Texas Hold’em and more. Fraser Downs - Western Canada’s harness racing capital is only a few minutes from downtown langley.

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