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Promising top notch viewership and sound, students of Langley Fine Arts and artists from outside alike get consistent space to perform at the Chief Sepass Theatre. The 310 seat venue is any theater lover's haven for first-hand glimpses of budding talent. The place hosts over a hundred events annually. Apart from theater, musical, dance and visual art events also find a place in the events list. Call ahead for more.
This non-profit museum showcases a unique collection of air-crafts and is committed to the preservation and education of Canada's aviation culture. In the 1970s most of Canada's historic planes were being moved to the U.S. and Europe. Thanks to efforts of a group of aviation enthusiasts, many of these aircraft were acquired, and the museum was created. Some of the aircraft displayed include the T-33AN Silverstar, Bowlus Bumblebee BB1, the CF-100 Canuck Mk 3b, and the DH82c Tiger Moth. As you make your way through the museum, you can take a chronological route, starting with the world wars and ending in present day, allowing you to see the huge role Canada has played in the development of aviation. This is an ideal trip for families, and people of all ages.
Home to Fort Langley National Historic Site, Fort Langley is a quaint village situated on the banks of Fraser River in Langley, BC. The old-school rustic vibe of this beautiful countryside makes it popular among local, as well as, international tourists visiting British Columbia. For the adventure seekers, opportunity to indulge in many outdoor water activities on the Fraser River gives something to look forward to while visiting Fort Langley. The locals here are hospitable, warm and more than happy to welcome you to their beautiful little village.