The Clarke Schoolhouse, located on the former land of Nathanial Powers, the first settler in Kirby, has the distinction of being the first designated heritage building in the community.
A turn of the century Blacksmith Shop, outdoor displays of agricultural equipment, and the Volunteer Building surround the One Room Schoolhouse. All depict early pioneer life in Clarke Township.
Changing exhibits throughout the year in the schoolhouse offer glimpses into the history of Clarington.
Thank you for your donations to help maintain the collections at the Clarke Schoolhouse. the museum appreciates our valuable corporate sponsors.
Admission: Adult $3.00 Senior $2.00
Group Tours & Programmes are Available
Location: 7086 Old Kirby School Road, Kirby, Ontario
Hours of Operation: tours are available by appointment only
Please call or visit the Sarah Jane Williams Heritage Centre at 62 Temperance St Bowmanville – 905 623 2734
The Museum appreciates the generous support of Capstone Infrastructure.