Our Museum is now open for visitors as of April 1st 2024 and will close September 30th 2024

Please call 604-888-2273 to check on dates and if the event is happening this year.

(Here are some important dates to mark on your calendar for things to do with the whole family)!

  • Feb 19th – BC Family Day – Our free, community Family Day activity is being Supported by the Province of British Columbia.
  • Mar – Potluck Dinner – volunteers kick off the regular season with a social time.
  • Mar  – Museum Cleanup morning –  you are invited along with our volunteers to bring a bucket and cloths or a shop vacuum and help clean up the winter’s dust in preparation for the museum opening.
  • April 1st – Museum Opening Day –museum opens for the regular season – daily from 10 am to 4:00 pm
  • May – Oct Langley Farmers Market
  • May 20th – Fort Langley May Day Parade
  • June 15th – Unveiling of the Worlds Largest Sculpted Anvil. Saturday 1 pm to 4 pm
  • July 1st  – Canada Day Celebration –  Check out the poster below, then while you’re here, collecting your stamp, take time for a walk through BC’s largest display of pioneer artifacts. A scavenger hunt where you will learn some interesting tidbits around the museum is always fun – everyone wins a prize! We have lots of photo opportunities for you and your family to share. So make sure to make time for a visit.
  • August 5th –  BC Day Celebration –  Visit the BC Farm Museum for a fascinating learning experience. Among other activities enjoy the Model Railroad Club’s working display of scale model trains.
  • September 2nd – Labour Day – regular day for the Museum.
  • September 30th – close for the regular season – reservations for group tours during the off season can be made by calling the office and leaving a message any time.
  • November – Members Fall Dinner
  • Saturday, December – AGM  at Milner Hall – We have the hall available (to be confirmed)

————past events———————-

  • June 2017  – Unveiling and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – 2 pm at the museum front door.  This special event included the unveiling of the MURALS and the ribbon cutting on the renovated Woodworking and Mechanical Workshops!   Refreshments were served.
  • April 13th – Fred Pepin and Jim Mair were invited by Greater Vancouver Parks to a return engagement speaking at Campbell Valley Park which was on April 13. The specific site was the Annand/Rowlatt Farmstead which included the nearby Lochiel Schoolhouse. Greater Vancouver Parks were hosting Parks from all over BC so this was an excellent exposure and promotion of both Langley Historical Society and BC Farm Museum.

Each year we start with our opening on April 1st, followed by a large entry in the very popular May Day Parade in Fort Langley.