CLACK FAMILY HERITAGE MUSEUM

Preserving the Past, Connecting Generations!

Clack brothers, Doug, Tim and Fred Clack, created and started the Clack Family Heritage Museum. The brothers lived and farmed in the former RM of Blanshard for many years. It began with a love for a good auction and collecting. In 1983 the first steel shed (30’ X 60’) was constructed. It has grown over the years to a total of 20 museum buildings. Each brother had his own particular interest, and the Museum’s huge collection of pioneer artifacts and incredibly beautiful and valuable antiques are housed in a series of specialized theme buildings.

In 1996, Tim Clack, who was the only living brother, turned their collection over to the Clack Family Heritage Museum Foundation Inc., as he felt he needed some help in the running and upkeep of the Museum. A volunteer board helps maintain the operation of the Museum so that it will always serve as a center for the preservation of historical artifacts and Canadian culture. Tim remained as a chairman of the board until his death in 2014, and today the volunteer board has twelve members.

For special books or to request further information please contact 204-328-5240.

Admission into the Museum is $5. The Museum is open to visitors from the beginning of July to the end of August.

Mark your Calendar – > Clack Museum is having a museum day on Sunday, August 12th, 2018 from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.

Clack Museum Poster 2018

All donations are used in the upkeep and administration of the Museum and are gratefully accepted.
(tax-deductible receipts are provided for donations over $20)
Donations cans be mailed to:

Clack Family Heritage Museum
Box 16
Oak River, MB
R0K 1T0

The Clack Family Heritage Museum is located:

In the R.M. of Oakview – on the Clack farm 10 kms (6.5 miles) northwest of Rivers, MB.

From Rivers: take Provincial Road #250 North from Rivers for 2 miles, turn West for 4 miles and then North 1 mile.
From Oak river: head East from Oak River on Highway #24 for 3 miles, turn South for 3 miles, then turn East for 1 mile and then South for 1/2 mile.

Watch for Museum signs!