The Langley Centennial Museum, which opened in 1958, is located at 9135 King Street in the historic village of Fort Langley .
The Arts, Culture, and Community Initiatives division at the Township of Langley is responsible for the operation of the Langley Centennial Museum, and the coordination of all programs and services imparted with our heritage.
The Langley Centennial Museum offers heritage services, and arts and cultural programs for all ages. Each year, 40,000 visitors tour the museum, and participate in museum organized programs and events. We are proud to celebrate our history, with over 14,000 students who participate yearly in a museum-based learning experience.
Explore the National Exhibition Centre, History Galleries, and Gift Shop!
View our Virtual Exhibits here.
National Exhibition Centre
Our National Exhibition Centre Gallery displays temporary exhibitions of art, history, or science with a local, regional, national, or international focus. You might find Canadian art, quilts, fossils, or photography. The exhibits change several times a year. You will be surprised by what you see and by what may be coming next!
The displays in the History Gallery reflect Langley’s distinction as one of the oldest municipalities in the province. Here you can discover our collection of Indigenous woodcarvings, tools, stone sculptures, and basketry. Learn how early Asian and European settlers adjusted to their new land. Visit the re-created Michaud parlour and the Noel Booth Store to see what life was like for those that came to call Langley home.
Find a treasure in the Gift Shop which features unique items, handcrafted by local artists.