National Historic Site of Canada
This Presbyterian church was constructed in 1853 and remains relatively unchanged to this day, gaining a National Historic Site of Canada designation in 1991.
The church, known as St. Andrews, is one of the finest examples of an early stone church still standing in Canada. It is of particular historical interest due to its local stone construction, plaster work, high round-headed windows, and its interior furnishings and woodwork—which are not only surviving but stand in exceptionally fine condition. The building lies on a picturesque, wooded lot surrounded by a stone wall. This is truly a rare piece of history, well worth a visit.
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