Part of Metro Vancouver, Langley boasts picturesque rural scenery, a flourishing "agritourism" scene and convenient access to Vancouver’s world-famous attractions. You can discover Canada's fur trading heritage at the Fort Langley National Historic Site, shop for antiques in the historic village and take scenic flightseeing tours.
Things to do in Langley
Discover Langley’s "agritourism" scene at working dairy farms or horse jumping shows. You can also pick your own berries, stroll through pumpkin patches and visit boutique wineries. The self-guided Langley Circle Farm Tour is a great introduction to the region's top producers.
The Fort Langley National Historic Site showcases Canada's pioneer roots with costumed guides. You can peer into a historic fur trading post, pan for gold and learn about the region's rich First Nations heritage.
Looking for some retail therapy? Downtown Langley is brimming with one-of-a-kind boutiques, while nearby Fort Langley Village is filled with cosy cafes and antique emporiums. For brand name shopping, head to Willowbrook Shopping Centre, which features over 150 retailers.
Housed in Langley Airport, the Canadian Museum of Flight gets you up close with Tiger Moth biplanes, ultra-light helicopters and high-speed fighter jets. For the best views in Vancouver, take to the skies with a floatplane adventure tour. Fort Langley Air offers scenic flights over snow-capped mountains, sparkling glaciers and cobalt-blue lakes.
Getting around Langley
Both Downtown Langley and Fort Langley Village are easy to get around on foot. Langley is a 40-kilometre drive from Vancouver city centre. Alternatively, ride the Metro Vancouver Skytrain in 1.5 hours. Vancouver International Airport is a 50-minute drive or two-hour public transport trip from Langley.