In need of some excitement? Langford offers a variety of activities to keep the whole family entertained.
Whether you are looking to play a round of golf, bowling to bouldering, Langford has it all. City Centre Park is our family-fun mecca, with the region’s only ten-pin bowling alley, an 18-hole mini-golf course and the Playzone indoor jungle gym. Visit the new BoulderHouse indoor climbing gym, the largest climbing facility on Vancouver Island! Just a short drive from Langford, you’ll find other exciting attractions to discover, such as the new Malahat Skywalk, Hatley Castle (as seen in Deadpool and the X-men movies!), Fort Rodd Hill, and WildPlay Adventure park. With a wide variety of activities to keep the whole family entertained, you’re sure to have a fun and exciting day in Langford!
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Langford Lanes Bowling
Langford is home to Greater Victoria’s only 10 pin bowling alley. Situated at City Centre Park, Langford Lanes offers 20 lanes of bowling, a fully licensed restaurant, banquet facilities, video arcade, snack bar and a VIP bowling area for meetings and special events.
The facility has 14 lanes with state-of-the-art scoring equipment, high definition LCD screens, the latest in sound, glow-in-the-dark bowling and light shows. If you are looking for a more private experience, the 6 lane VIP room offers comfortable couches, modern décor and bright contemporary lighting.
Craving a bite to eat or looking for a place to catch the game? Visit next door’s City Centre Grille & Sports Bar, a full-service restaurant with an extensive menu and several big screens to watch your favourite sporting event.
For reservations or to book a birthday party or group function, please contact Langford Lanes directly.
Address: 1097 Langford Pkwy, Langford, BC
City Centre Mini Golf
Enjoy a family-friendly game of mini-golf at the Family Fun Park at City Centre Park. Play either 18 or 36 holes while immersed in adventure: pirates, Aztec ruins and buried treasure await you!
Birthday party packages and group rates available. Please visit City Centre Park for rates, hours of operation and reservations.
Address: 1089 Langford Pkwy, Langford, BC
City Centre PlayZone
Climb and crawl through the Gold Mine-themed PlayZone, the biggest and brightest indoor playground on Southern Vancouver Island! For kids under three there is a Toddler Zone, a safe place for younger kids to play.
For adults, there are leather couches, coffee and magazines to relax with while the kids race through the “mines” of Play Zone.
For hours, rates and private rentals, visit City Centre Park.
Address: 1089 Langford Pkwy, Langford, BC
Cineplex Odeon West Shore Cinema
Cineplex Odeon Westshore Cinema is Langford’s premier movie theatre experience. Complete with seven screens, including 1 UltraAVX screen and 4 3D screens, the Cineplex experience is unlike any other. The cinema boasts convenient parking and a variety of food and beverage options, making it easy to enjoy the newest movies right here in Langford. Visit the Cineplex Odeon Westshore website for information on showtimes, sensory friendly screenings, birthday parties and more.
Address: 2945 Jacklin Rd #900, Langford, BC
WildPlay Element Parks
Located behind the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre, WildPlay Element Parks is West Shore’s only tree-to-tree adventure course.
Zip, crawl, scramble and climb through the Douglas fir canopy of the Classic Course with 3 levels of obstacles that become more challenging as you go. Add-on an Extreme Course to really test your limits. The Kids Course is designed for kids 5 – 12 and includes two rounds.
Soar through the treetops on their Zipline Tour that features 6-zipline flights.
Not afraid of heights? Try the What’s to Fear Jump and plunge from 40 feet!
Visit WildPlay Element Parks’ website for more information and to reserve your timeslot.
Address: 1767 Island Hwy #15, Langford, BC
BoulderHouse is excited to partner with the City of Langford to introduce bouldering to the West Shore and offer even more climbing to Vancouver Island. The new climbing gym opens in Spring 2021.
Built from the ground up, this new two-story facility will include; a 150 linear ft main wall, a dedicated training area, and a 6000 sq ft dedicated kid’s section! BoulderHouse Langford Parkway will be the largest climbing facility on Vancouver Island and will strive to teach new climbers to LOVE bouldering as much as we do and offer a challenge to experienced climbers!
Climbing at BoulderHouse is designed around a set of 8 colour-coded climbing circuits. Each circuit includes 5 to 6 problems and is designed to provide climbers with a varied set of challenges from technical slab climbing to powerful overhangs and everything in between. From their beginner yellow circuit to the advanced pink circuit, there is something for everyone. The new facility is located in City Centre Park on Langford Parkway, adjacent to Starlight Stadium.
Address: 1109 Langford Pkwy, Langford, BC
Malahat SkyWalk is an exciting new tourism project on Southern Vancouver Island. Malahat SkyWalk is an accessible 600m TreeWalk through beautiful arbutus forest leading to a spectacular gentle spiral ramp that takes you up 32m to a sightseeing lookout offering views of Finlayson Arm, Saanich Peninsula, Mount Baker and the distant Coast Mountains.
Humankind benefits profoundly from experiences of deep nature, and we are grateful to the Malahat Nation for sharing their traditional territory. We are honoured to foster understanding of the place and its people with our visitors. These beliefs inspire everything we do.
On the grounds of Hatley Park and Royal Roads University in Victoria, Vancouver Island, BC.
The Castle was completed in 1908. From 1941 until 1943 when Grant Block was completed, the Castle served as dormitory and mess hall for cadets and staff officers at Royal Roads Military College. It is now the administrative centre of Royal Roads University. It houses the President, Vice-President, the Managers of Finance and Facilities, and the administrative support staff for Royal Roads University.
James Dunsmuir commissioned Samuel Maclure, a Victorian architect, to design the “Castle”, and Messrs. Brett and Hall, landscape artists of Boston, Massachusetts, to plan the gardens and surroundings. Local stone, trimmed by Valdez and Saturna Island sandstone was used in the building’s construction. Its impressive exterior is matched only by the lavishness of the interior appointments; oak and rosewood panelled rooms, baronial fireplace, teak floors, and specially made lighting fixtures. James is quoted as saying: “Money doesn’t matter, just build what I want.”
Fort Rodd Hill & Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites
Tour through secret bunkers, military command posts and original 19th century buildings at Fort Rodd Hill, a west coast artillery fortress on active duty from 1895 to 1956. Be touched by the personal stories of soldiers and their families. Camp overnight in a group-friendly oTENTik. Grab the wheel as a “master mariner” at Fisgard Lighthouse, the oldest on the Canadian west coast, and wander through a rare Garry Oak meadow.