Think you know Langley? Take one of these walking tours led by local historian Bob Waterman and find out just how much more there is to the story.
In this two-hour small group tour, you’ll learn about the early days and subsequent changes to our historical waterfront ‘village by the sea.’
Learn about the struggles and triumphs of early residents.
Get an understanding what Langley life was like in the 1890s through the hippie-culture 1960s.
Tickets are $10 (plus an online processing fee) and benefit our local Historical Society. The tours begin at 10 a.m. at the Museum at 312 Second Street on the following Saturdays: July 6, 13 and 20.
Sign up online for the Saturday that works with your schedule at https://walkingtour.brownpapertickets.com or stop by the SW Historical Museum on the weekend between 1 and 4 p.m. and purchase a ticket there (and save the $1.34 processing fee). Tours are limited to 10 people, so buy your tickets soon.