Claybank Brick Plant Historical Museum
A National Historic Site, the Claybank Brick Plant is one of the best preserved examples of 19th century industrial activity in Canada. Used for the production of bricks from 1914 to 1989, Claybank Bricks grace the facades of many of the province's pretigious buildings, and have been used in many well-known buildings across the country such as the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City. Witness the brick making process from Clay to Kiln, and hike the trails in the scenic wildlife lands adjacent to the plant.
Collection Highlights: 10 Down draft Kilns / 5 Historic Clay Pits / 99% of original out buildings.
Located on Highway #339, 15 Km West of Avonlea
July – August
July & August 10:30am-4pm
By appointment during the rest of the year.
Admission: Adults (17-64) $10 / Youth (6-16) $5 / Seniors (65+) $6
Family $25 (Family includes up to 7 people with a maximum of 2 adults arriving in a single vehicle)
Group $8 (20+ with 1 person booking)
Group Tours by appointment during the off season.