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Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site

Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site
Food Service / RestaurantLimited Wheelchair AccessConference RoomsModern Washrooms

Box 2 - 5
Claybank, SK  S0H 0W0

In the hills of southern Saskatchewan is a splendid example of early 20th century industrialism. This National Historic Site remains virtually unchanged since 1912. Tour brick making from clay to kiln. Bunkhouse Cafe and Gift Shop. Hike the Massold Clay Canyons.


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Box 2 - 5
Claybank, SK  S0H 0W0

Tel: (306) 868-4474

Email: claybank@sasktel.net
Website: http://www.claybankbrick.ca

35 minutes from Moose Jaw or 50 minutes from Regina. 15km W of Avonlea on Hwy 339.

18 hole golf course, museums, camping, boating, fishing, Dunnet Regional Park.

1-Jul-2014 to 24-Aug-2014

Rate details: $8 adults and students, $6 seniors, children 6 years and under free, $25 family.

Hours of operation: Guided and self-guided tours available. Please call ahead for open days and touring schedule. 100th Anniversary Celebrations event - Heritage Day, Jun 29, 2014.

Limited wheelchair access
Tourist information
Meeting rooms
Gift shop
Food service
Picnic area
Pit toilet

Self-guided tour
Trail brochure/Map
Guided tour

Group tour services
Bus parking
Driver admission complimentary
Escort admission complimentary
Guide services
Estimated viewing time (hours): 2.0
Minimum group size: 15.0
Maximum group size: 100.0
Deposit / Payment Policy: Group tours and/or catering $50 non-refundable deposit.

Museums Association of Saskatchewan member
Canadian Museum Association member
Municipal Heritage Property Designation
Provincial Heritage Property Designation

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