Tea and Tour
Available June - September
We are pleased to invite your social groups to book a "Tea and Tour" package at the St. Andrews Rectory & Heritage Centre. Explore historic Red River architecture with our team of knowledgeable interpreters at this National Historic Site, and learn about Manitoba's settlement history with new, interactive exhibits. After the tour, enjoy a refreshment and a baked treat in our expanded seasonal gardens, and discover the gift shop's unique and antique items. A trip to this historic building on the banks of the Red River is guaranteed to delight friends and family this coming season!
The Rectory is located along the River Road Heritage Parkway in St. Andrews (10 kms / 6.2 miles north of the Winnipeg Perimeter Hwy off PTH 9 on PR 238 River Road). Well-known for its stunning views of the Red River and historic stone buildings dating from the mid-1800s, this historic route features many interpretive displays, walkways, historic landmarks, and scenic lookouts along the way, such as Captain Kennedy House gardens and the St. Andrews Lock and Dam.
Located at 374 River Road, the St. Andrews Rectory & Heritage Centre provides visitors with on-site parking, 1st floor museum and gift shop access, washrooms, and grounds accessibility with picnic seating. For those interested in genealogy, the Red River Ancestry Genealogy Centre is located on-site on the 2nd floor.
Tea and Tour: $5 per person. Available June-September. Groups must be a minimum party of 4 to book.
Weaving Add-on Activity: Interested in making a keepsake? Add an extra hour-long weaving craft time to your tour and make a woven book mark or potholder for $5 per person. (Limit of 12 participants at once).
If you would like to book a group tour of St. Andrews Rectory please fill in your details in this Tour Registration Form below to request a booking. We will contact you to confirm details and payments upon receiving this completed form. If you require an alternative method of payment, please let us know by calling the Heritage Centre staff at 204 339 6396.
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