Friday, May 10, 2019

Doors Open Toronto 2019 May 25-26

Knock, knock. Doors Open Toronto celebrates two decades of bringing great buildings to curious visitors and this year's even happens Saturday to Sunday, May 25-26, 2019. This year has over 150 buildings with free admission. Check out Citytv, Black Creek Village, the Design Exchange, Fort York, Historic Don Jail, Old City Hall and many other local buildings and attractions.

The showcase of architectural, historical and significant buildings has "captivated residents and visitors with the history of the city through the buildings which embody its essence. This year will continue the admirable legacy of Canada's largest Doors Openevent and one of the three largest Doors Open events in the world." - Mayor John Tory. "Since its start in 2000, Doors Open Toronto has attracted more than 23.1 million visits to over 730 locations across the city. The 20th anniversary edition builds on the event's tradition of using open doors to open eyes and minds to new possibilities." - Deputy Mayor Michael Thompson, Chair of the Economic and Community Development Committee

There will be walking tours, special Indigenous programming, a focus at Toronto City Hall and panel discussions at the Bentway. Hours and days open over the weekend vary and some locations have paid parking.

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