More than 50 locations will be taking part in Doors Open Hamilton this weekend.
Rachael Berney, Hamilton’s Heritage Presentation Coordinator, says they include buildings that are rarely open to the public such as the John Weir Foote Armoury and Auchmar Manor House.
She adds that 15 locations are taking part in the annual event for the first time, such as the recently restored Playhouse Cinema, the Westdale Theatre and McMaster’s nuclear research facility which houses particle accelerators.
Berney says it’s also the final chance to get inside St. Mark’s Church ahead of its restoration and transformation into a community cultural centre in 2021.
Doors Open Hamilton 2019 takes place Saturday and Sunday and there is free admission to all buildings.
The specific times when sites will be open to the public, as well as activities that are being offered at specific locations can be found at www.hamilton.ca/DoorsOpen
Berney describes it as a “good opportunity for the whole community of Hamilton to come together and visit different locations throughout their city, really be proud of our heritage and architectural history.”
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