Speaking as someone who has experienced doors open in Toronto, I’d highly advise those who have the chance to take it, and see behind doors you wouldn’t get to see behind on any other day.
Theatres, fire stations, breweries, trails and a historic lighthouse are just some of the fascinating places participating in Doors Open Ontario this fall. From August through October, 26 communities across the province will host their Doors Open Ontario events.
Hundreds of buildings and sites, many not usually open to the public, will welcome visitors on weekends free of charge. Commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation and experience Ontario’s unique history from a new perspective with themed activities, tours, exhibitions and demonstrations.
Visit the Doors Open Ontario website at doorsopenontario.on.ca for detailed event information and interactive tools to help plan your experience.