Residents - St. Andrews Rectory

St. Andrews Rectory and Heritage Centre

The St. Andrews Rectory was built between 1852 and 1854 as a home for the minister of St. Andrews-On-The-Red.  The building is a "Hudson Bay" style of architecture and was not the average nineteenth century Red River dwelling.  It was built to reflect the lifestyle and social position of the "gentlemen" of the Red River and their families.  Today it is a Canadian National Historic Site that depicts the history of the people that lived in St. Andrews.  The St. Andrews Heritage Centre offers visitor services including picnic seating, gift shop, family activities and interpreters on site.  

Free admission. Guided tours are available by reservation. Open June - August, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Wednesday to 8 p.m. and Sunday noon - 5 p.m.  Closed Mondays.  Open in the off season for special events.  Check our website for upcoming activities and programs -

Volunteers are Wanted!

The St. Andrews Heritage Centre is looking for community members who are willing to share their life experiences at the St. Andrews Rectory.

Are you interested in:
  • History, Art, Culture or Genealogy?  Use your skills to create exhibits, displays, programs and events.
  • Tourism & Hospitality?  Come meet visitors from all over the world!  Help us showcase our history with your marketing and advertising suave!
  • Operating a small business?  Share you knowledge of customer service, retail sales or merchandising by joining our gift shop committee.
  • Program or event planning?  Share your passion to help create new programs and events for the community!
  • Gardening?  Come dig in the dirt; flower and vegetable gardens available!  Join our garden committee today!
  • New challenges, opportunities and friendships?  We can offer those to you!
Join our team to keep St. Andrews history alive!  A listing of available volunteer positions can be viewed here: