5 Hidden Gems in Langley

Whether you’re looking for parks, pies, mead, cultural cafes or sanctuary farms, Langley’s got you covered
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Airport Coffee Shop

Instagram: @airportcoffeeshop

Nestled in beside the flight museum at the Langley Regional Airport, the Airport Coffee shop serves more than 30 different pies alongside breakfast and lunch offerings. The pies vary depending the day, with weekends having a larger selection. Come by any time after 12 to enjoy a hot slice, or pre-order your own whole pie in advance!

 

The tasting room at Festina Lente Estate Winery. Photo courtesy Tourism Langley

Festina Lente Estate Winery

Instagram: @festinalentewinery

Festina Lente is a unique addition to the list of wineries in Langley. Specializing in mead, or honey wine, Festina Lente offers a variety of dry, food-friendly flavours you can pair with your dinner, dessert and much more!

 

One of the happy residents of the Happy Herd Sanctuary Farm. Photo courtesy Tourism Langley

Happy Herd Farm Sanctuary

Instagram: @thehappyherd

Over the past four years, cows, pigs, chickens, goats, ducks and turkeys have been rescued and brought to their forever home at Happy Herd Farm Sanctuary. Currently, there are more than 80 animals happily roaming the farm. Book your tour online to visit the farm and learn about some of the animals’ journey to Happy Herd!

Inside the Lelem Arts and Cultural Cafe. Photo Courtesy Tourism Langley

Lelem Arts & Cultural Café

Instagram: @lelemfortlangley

Lelem Arts & Cultural Café is a cozy restaurant located along the Fraser River in Fort Langley. Their indigenous inspired menu features local ingredients made fresh to order. Whether you come for a meal or a drink, Lelem’s welcoming atmosphere and cozy environment will have you feeling right at home!

The lush green forest in Williams Park. Photo courtesy Tourism Langley

Williams Park

Filled with acres of lush, green forest, walking trails, picnic areas and playgrounds, Williams Park has something for everyone. Take a stroll along the Salmon River on one of the many park trails, or have a weekend picnic on the grass, or in the picnic shelter. Rain or shine, this park is always fun to visit.

 




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