Langley Centennial Museum
Owned and operated by the Township of Langley and founded in 1958, the Langley Centennial Museum has been organizing a Canada Day event in Fort Langley for many years. The event is focused on being an inclusive, relaxed street party that provides old-fashioned family fun, games, music and entertainment. Admission to the museum is by donation and a variety of exciting and interesting temporary and permanent exhibitions are on display throughout the year. Thanks to the support of the Canadian Government, the show will go on in a virtual format. Many activities have been planned by Township of Langley and Museum Staff.
Langley Centennial Museum’s Canada Day Celebrations online are funded by the Government of Canada through a grant from the department of Canadian Heritage.
The Museum also receives financial assistance from the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council. Outside of Canada Day the Langley Museum is a great place to visit with changing exhibitions, special events and programs. Family Day, Pioneer Christmas, Youth Week and many more great seasonal or celebratory activities.
Visit the Museum’s website at Langleymuseum.org CLICK HERE to learn more