Antiques in a window (David Gluns photo)
To truly understand British Columbia's rich and diverse history, don't miss the museums in Fort Langley, a colourful, historic village nestled on the banks of the Fraser River.
In 1858, the emerging Western Canadian province was declared a crown colony of Great Britain at the stockade-enclosed fort. The fort, now a National Historic Site complete with costumed interpreters, and the nearby CN Station (a heritage train station) are key Fort Langley historic sites. Local museums offer additional cultural insights.
BC Farm Machinery & Agricultural Museum
The BC Farm Machinery & Agricultural Museum (9131 King St) celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2008. View collections of tractors and carriages, a Model T Ford, vintage logging equipment, restored farmhouse furnishings, a working sawmill and steam engine. The museum is open from April to October.
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9131 King St
Fort Langley, British Columbia
Bring the children, grandchildren, or your tourist guests to see the largest collection of pioneer artifacts in Western Canada. Two large buildings in Fort Langley - near the HBC Fort. You will find the most interesting collection of pioneer effects, tractors, carriages, small engines, as well as models engines. See the farm kitchen, the parlour & the textile room exhibiting a historic loom & sewing machines. Check out the working windmills & the large steam engine. The archival reference library contains thousands of books, manuals, magazines & other agricultural documents plus early photos. A great reference source for students of all ages.