Aman Johal (far left) from historic Fort Langley leads a group on a ‘Grave Tales’ walking tour. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

VIDEO: Grave Tales offer spine tingling tours of historic Fort Langley

Popular Fort Langley National Historic Site tours continue throughout October

Fort Langley National Historic Site is offering visitors a spine-tingling good time this October, with the return of Grave Tales.

From now until Oct. 30, the fort’s talented storytellers will spin tales of love, mysterious burials, and hair-raising amputations during Fort Langley National Historic Site’s annual walking tours, as participants stroll to haunted sites throughout the village.

The tours are for adults only at 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. (extended tour); youth tours leave at 6 p.m.

Overnight camping is available for 9 p.m. tours, if pre-arranged. Advance tickets are required for all tours and can be purchased here.

Halloween at Fort Langley

Young visitors are invited to Trick-or-treat at Fort Langley National Historic Site on Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

They can make a craft, visit the Spooky Servants quarters and get an airbrush tattoo. This event is geared toward young families. Wear your costumes for great photos. $7.80/adult, $6.55/senior, free for youth accompanied by an adult or for season’s pass holders. Find more information here.

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