City announces the return of Doors Open Guelph

Doors Open Guelph returns in 2023 after three-year hiatus. City of Guelph

The public will get a chance to see inside some of Guelph, Ont.’s, most well-known and historic structures.

Doors Open Guelph is back for 2023 after a three-year hiatus.

Nine sites will be taking part on Saturday, April 29th between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.:

  • Guelph Water Works
  • Sikh Society Gurdwara
  • Muslim Society Mosque
  • Sleeman Breweries
  • Spring Mill Distillery
  • Locomotive 6167 and Guelph Historical Railway Association Caboose
  • Dominion Public Building
  • Petrie Building
  • Cutten Kelly Building

There will be free guided tours, interactive experiences, and behind-the-scenes glimpses.

The night before Doors Open Guelph, Guelph Museums will be hosting Doors Open After Dark on Fri. April 28th from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. That will feature musical performances, interactive art installations, and behind-the-scenes tours.

The city’s manager of museums and culture Tammy Adkins says it is a wonderful opportunity to explore fascinating places and learn about the rich history and culture of Guelph.

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For more information or to volunteer, go to the Doors Open Guelph page on the City of Guelph’s website.

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