Quality Hotel & Suites
6465 - 201 Street
Langley, BC V2Y 0G8
Phone: (604) 534-5110
Fax: (604) 534-5170
6465 - 201 Street, Langley, BC, CA, V2Y 0G8
- Phone: (604) 534-5110
- Fax: (604) 534-5170
Arts & Museums
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.
A place to be at if you have always wondered how gold panners lived way back in the days of the gold rush. This site combines cultural history, archeological curiosity and activities like gold panning and costumes. Visit the blacksmith to watch old-fashioned workmanship first-hand. There are also characters milling about in traditional garb. In-depth guided tours show all the features of this historically rich area. Getting there is one hour's drive east from downtown. Many tours drive out from the hotels situated nearby.
The Irving House was built in 1865 and is a time machine to those bygone Victorian days. When Captain William Irving had this house built in New Westminster, it was the capital of British Columbia. Now as a well-maintained historical site, it features stunning architecture, original wallpaper, fireplace, as well as other ornate furnishings. Costumed guides help to make this even more of a historical experience. The hours vary seasonally, so call ahead for exact timings.
The military history of New Westminster is preserved at the Royal Westminster Regiment Museum in Vancouver, Canada. Located in the gun room of the historic armory, you will find several artifacts, photos, uniforms, and memorabilia commemorating the Royal Westminster Regiment and their involvement in both World Wars as well as the 28 Battle Honors dating back to 1863. Tours are available with special appointments.
The Lynden Pioneer Museum is a delightful museum that shows what life was like for the early residents of the Lynden region. The museum also hosts special programs and events throughout the year.
Built as a memorial to British Columbia's centennial in 1958, this four-hectare (ten-acre) open-air museum is a recreation of an early 20th-century community. Among its 30 buildings and outdoor scenes are a schoolhouse, blacksmith's shop, dentist's office and a theater. It also has an ice cream parlor but the main attraction is a restored 1912 carousel. During the holiday season, the museum puts on a spirited Heritage Christmas.
Featuring the largest collection of motorcycles, the Deeley Motorcycle Exhibition is the only one of its kind in Vancouver. Owned by motorcycle enthusiasts, Don James and Malcolm Hunter, this state-of-the-art museum takes visitors through the history and evolution of the two wheeled speed machine. The collection spans 120 years with over 250 antique, vintage and modern pieces from the likes of Harley-Davidson, Zenith and more.