Doors Open Toronto 2012: May 26th and 27th


City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square

Looking for something to do this weekend? Consider checking out Doors Open Toronto.  With almost 150 buildings throughout the city opening their doors  (for free) this is a great event!  A lot of the properties on the list are not usually open to the public or if they are they often charge an entrance fee.  Locations include heritage landmarks, modern structures, churches, breweries, museums, historic sites, cemeteries, factories and much more!  Here’s just a sample of the list;

  • Osgoode Hall
  • Princess of Wales Theatre
  • Campbell House Museum
  • Canada’s National Ballet School
  • Design Exchange
  • Old City Hall
  • Canada Life Building
  • Redpath Sugar Museum
  • Casa Loma Stable and Potting Shed
  • Church of the Holy Trinity

The event runs both Saturday and Sunday (May 26th and 27th), to see the full list of participating locations, and hours of operation click here.  There are also a few apps that you can download to help you navigate the locations throughout the City, click here for more information.   Finally, if you are interested in checking out one of the tours going on over the weekend in, click here.

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