St. Andrews was the heart of the religious and social life of the lower Red River Settlement and still today the centre of a vibrant parish. The striking limestone building, constructed in 1855 is an excellent example of Hudson Bay Style architecture. Step into the Settlement at St. Andrews Rectory National Historic Site!
Our Interpreters will take you on a guided tour, where you will hear stories about life in the mid 1800s’ and explain how artifacts were used.
Guided one hour tours of the Heritage Centre cost $5.00/person. *Tour add-ons are available for an additional cost.
• (Tour) & Gift – $5/person extra
Take home a regional heritage book or a mug, plus get a 10% off coupon for our gift shop!
• (Tour) & Tea $5/person extra
Tea/Coffee and Bannock will be served while you visit the Rectory.
• (Tour) & Activity $5/person extra
After the tour you will get to make bees wax candles!
• (Tour) & Graveyard Tour – 30 mins – $5/person extra
Starting as a mission in 1829, St. Andrews became the centre of a vibrant farming community of the former HBC employees and their mixed blooded families. The elite of the fur trade era rest in St. Andrews Church graveyard.
• (Tour) & Church Tour – 30 mins – $5/person extra
Made of local limestone, construction of St. Andrews Church was completed in 1849 by the Anglican Church. It’s the oldest example of Gothic Revival Style in Western Canada as well as the oldest stone church in continuous use in Western Canada.
If you would like to book a group tour of St. Andrews Rectory please fill in your details in this Tour Registration Form below and you will be automatically registered. Event registration must be completed at least ten (10) days prior to the event. We request that payments be made by e-transfer. If you require an alternative method of payment, please let us know.