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Claybank Brick Plant Historical Society
The Claybank Brick Plant Historical Society is a registered nonprofit organization that works to educate the public about the history of the Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site. Claybank Brick Plant is a proud story of hard work, perseverance and early industrialism. Guests have the opportunity to step back in time to watch the brick making process via a short video presentation. The Bunkhouse Café in the Interpretative Centre also provide visitors with specialty treats and homemade lunches. The Massold Clay Canyons, directly adjacent to the site, offers unique landscape and an excellent hiking experience. Much of the landscape in this area has been in place since the last glacial age. Open From July 1 to Sept long weekend, Thursday - Monday 10 -5. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday check the website for events.