Things to do
Explore the grounds of St. Andrew’s Rectory to learn more about the influence that Church of England missionaries had upon the lives of the Red River settlers in the mid-19th century. Admire the Gothic Revival-style spire on St. Andrew’s Church across the road and see the limestone cut from the Red Riverbanks which makes up the walls of the Rectory. Use your cellphone to take a self-guided GPS-triggered tour of the Rectory and historic grounds.
Through an agreement with Parks Canada, the Rural Municipality of St. Andrews operates St. Andrew’s Rectory National Historic Site as an expansion of the St. Andrews Heritage Centre. For more information, please visit their website: www.standrewsrectory.ca
Take a GPS-triggered techno treasure trail and find out more about St. Andrew’s Rectory and life for the people who lived along the Red River in the 19th century.