Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site

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Claybank, SK S0H 0W0- Map It
(306) 868-4474

AAA Editor Notes

Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site is 1 km (.6 mi.) e. on Hwy. 339. In operation from 1914 to 1989, it is considered to be North America's most intact early 20th-century brick factory complex. The large site, which comprises more than 20 structures, can be seen on a self-guiding tour, and visitors can also hike through the adjacent Massold Clay Canyons. The brick-making process can be observed on special event days. Picnicking is permitted. Food is available. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$9.52; $5.71 (ages 65+); $4.76 (ages 6-16); $23.81 (family, up to seven people arriving in a single vehicle with a maximum of two adults).
Hours: Daily 10:30-4:30, July-Aug.; Mon.-Thurs. 10:30-4:30, late May-June 30 (also on Heritage Day Sunday); by appointment rest of year.