Step back to a time when southern friends became feared enemies, and clashes between the US and Great Britain penetrated borders during the War of 1812. Located on New Brunswick’s southern shore. St. Andrews Blockhouse was built by townspeople to protect them against American privateers and military.

Getting here

23 Joes Point Road
Saint Andrews, NB E5B 2J7

Hours of operation

Open from June 1 to August 31
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Fees

Free admission in 2017.

Contact us

Tel:(June to August)
506-529-4270

Tel: (September to May)
506-636-4011

info.martello@pc.gc.ca

Discover the Blockhouse

Dress up in period uniform and experience life in the barracks. You’ll guard St. Andrews harbour from American privateers as the colony is swept up in the War of 1812, pitting the U.S. against Great Britain.