Admission by donation.

The Langley Centennial Museum, operated by the Township of Langley, is located in the historic village of Fort Langley. Home to Langley’s collection of arts, artifacts and the community archives, the Museum opened in 1958 and today we continue to grow and expand our role in the community of Langley.

The Museum features a gift shop, permanent history displays that tell the story of Langley, and a 1500 sq. ft. changing exhibit space that features exhibits of regional, national, or international focus. Go to to see what is on now.

Self Guided Walking Tours of Fort Langley’s heritage buildings and the Fort Langley Cemetery available. A Scavenger Hunt for all ages in the Museum. Side trips to neighbouring Museums, heritage sites and galleries including: the CN Station Historic Site, the Station Gallery – Fort Langley Artists Group; Fort Langley National Historic Site; BC Farm Machinery & Agricultural Museum.

School Programs including Pioneer Christmas and Archaeology available at specific times during the school year.