A Weekend in Langley

Music, cider, good food, and shopping—Langley makes a quaint getaway

Start your weekend off on Friday night by enjoying some good food and drinks while listening to live music from local musicians at Trading Post Brewing, Porter’s Bistro, Water Shed Arts Café, or Eighteen 27. For more information on Live Music Nights in Langley, click HERE

Photo Credit: Trading Post Brewing

Spend Saturday outdoors starting at Campbell Valley Regional Park where the Little River Loop Trail will have you strolling through the lush forest and pond where you’ll be sure to find some wildlife. A couple minutes down the road you’ll find the Fraser Valley Cider Company. Pack your own picnic lunch or order a charcuterie board of your own and sip cider while overlooking Mt.Baker. They even have rootbeer flights, so kids are not left out! Continue with the outdoors theme and visit more of Langley’s agritourism experiences with Circle Farm Tour!

Photo Credit: Fraser Valley Cider Company

You can never go wrong with Sunday Brunch… Fort Langley has a variety of restaurants with great brunch offerings. Some of our favourites are the Smoked Salmon Benny at Saba Café & Bistro, Classic Brunch at Beatniks Bistro, and the Breakfast Sandwich at Wendel’s Bookstore & Café.

Photo Credit: Saba Café & Bistro

Now that you’ve enjoyed a delicious meal, its time for shopping! The Fort Langley Village has plenty of great shops to visit including clothing, antique, home décor stores, bakeries, and art galleries.  Not wanting to shop? Try brushing up on your history, Fort Langley is the perfect place for that. You can visit the Birthplace of British Columbia, the Fort Langley National Historic Site which is home to the oldest building in British Columbia. You can also walk around the CN Station, BC Farm Museum or Langley Centennial Museum.

To start planning your weekend staycation in Langley, visit www.tourism-langley.ca

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