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.
EXPLORE THE HERITAGE CENTRE
374 River Rd,
St. Andrews, Manitoba
Canada R1A 2Y1
The St. Andrews Rectory National Historic Site is open in the winter for special events. Closed Sundays. To view our events page click here. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @STARectory to be the first to hear about upcoming events.
Parking is available near the buildings entrance.
Rectory and Church are wheelchair accessible. The Rectory also has wheelchair accessible washrooms.
Handicapped parking is available near building entrance.
*Second floor not wheelchair accessible, however only a single room on the second floor is open to the public.