St. Andrews Rectory is a Canadian National Historic Site.

The Rectory was built between 1852 and 1854 as a home for the minister of St. Andrews Anglican Church.

The Rectory features exhibits about Red River architecture, the roles of the Church Missionary Society, and the Church of England in the Red River Settlement.

Location & Hours


374 River Rd,
St. Andrews, Manitoba
Canada R1A 2Y1


June to September: 1-204-339-6396
Off season: 1-866-738-2264



St. Andrews Rectory National Historic Site is now closed for the season and will reopen in June 2018.  Thank you for your interest in the Rectory and hopefully we will see you in the summer.

Rectory and Church are wheelchair accessible.  The Rectory also has wheelchair accessible washrooms.*
Handicapped parking is available near building entrance. Overflow parking is available across the street in the Church parking lot.

*Second floor not wheelchair accessible, however only a single room on the second floor is open to the public.


Group Tours

Experience the Rectory with one of our Guided Tours.

Optional cemetery and church tours available.

Pick your time & date.

Grades 2 & 3 School Tours

Themes include Pioneer Days and Community.

Optional cemetery and church tours available.

Picnic area available.

Grades 5 & 6 School Tours

Agriculture and Indigenous Studies Themes Available.

Optional Cemetery and Church Tours available.

Picnic area available.

Events & Activities

Upcoming events:

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Wednesday Family Nights

WEDNESDAY FAMILY NIGHTS Throughout July and August the St. Andrews Rectory will be hosting  a family night every Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. For those who participated, the …

Thursday Kids Activities

THURSDAY KIDS ACTIVITIES Thursday’s in July & August  drop-in between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. we’ll have fun, free activities. Thank you to everyone who participated in the free activities …

Sunday Afternoon Heritage Chats

SUNDAY AFTERNOON HERITAGE CHATS Each lecture is free and examines the history of the St. Andrews community. From its Orkney ties, to its Cree inhabitants. The St. Andrews Heritage Centre …