St. Andrews Blockhouse National Historic Site
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. St. Andrews Blockhouse was built by townspeople to protect them against American privateers and military.
Visit the St. Andrews Blockhouse National Historic Site
Things to do, tour the St. Andrews Blockhouse barracks, enjoy a serene picnic, walk across the tidal flats at low tide.
Daily visitor fees, free admission for youth.
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About St. Andrews Blockhouse National Historic Site
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