Fort Langley is a lovely area to visit at any time of year — for antiques, festivals, and historic attractions — and this season is no exception. Visit the Fort Langley National Historic Site and spend some time in Fort Langley Village to enjoy activities and local shopping.
Fort Langley Christmas
Enjoy a traditional holiday atmosphere, crafts, and stories at Fort Langley from December 21, 2013 until January 5, 2014. At 11:00am daily hear fascinating stories about Fort Langley’s past with “Faces of the Fort.” From 11:00am to 3:30pm enjoy complimentary hot chocolate and at 2:00pm taste freshly roasted chestnuts and hear stories from the 1827-1830 Fort Langley journals. At 3:00pm join a Carolling Bonfire.
Heritage Holiday at the Fort is open daily from 10:00am until 5:00pm and will be closed December 25th, 26th, and January 1st. Admission fees are posted online. There’s also an earlybird sale on Annual Passes (save 20%).
Fort Langley Shopping
After browsing covers and picking up a warm beverage at Wendel’s Bookstore & Cafe make your way along Glover Road, detouring down lanes to find curious boutiques and treats. A Quilted Stitch, Treasure Landing, Paper Moon, Cranberries… Naturally, and of course Everybody Loves Candy. Over a dozen galleries and antique shops are great places to find unique gifts.
Other special events in the Langley area include a pancake breakfast with Santa at Krause Berry Farms, the Milner Village Winter Market, Fort Langley Village Farmers’ Winter Market, and the 23rd annual Christmas in Williams Park.