Doors Open Waterloo Region
Saturday, September 17, 2016
48 participating sites
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. at most sites
On the third Saturday of every September you're invited to tour noteworthy buildings, interesting places and heritage sites in Waterloo Region, many of which are not regularly open to the public.
Since 2003, more than 250 sites in Waterloo Region have opened their doors to more than 100,000 visits during Doors Open.
Into Science + Tech
Get into science and tech...literally! It's our 2016 theme, represented by 19 sites.
Visit special places that have earned our region an international reputation as a hub of science and technology. Explore some of Waterloo Region's best known, and some of its best kept secrets.
There are several ways to see Doors Open Waterloo Region 2016 participating site listings and maps:
Click individual map points on this illustrated Google map to see the most detailed site information available for the event, including special tours, talks, and other activities taking place at participating sites.
Maps and Listings at Doors Open Ontario
The Doors Open Waterloo Region page on the Doors Open Ontario website contains maps, and shorter site listings than the Google map.
Doors Open Map and Guide
The official Doors Open Waterloo Region Map and Guide (PDF-6 MB) contains maps, photos and full-detail site listings. Hard copies will be available at libraries, museums and visitor centres across Waterloo Region from July to September and enclosed with the main sections of the Waterloo Region Record on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016. For the best experience viewing the PDF Map and Guide, use Adobe Acrobat Reader (available free online). Other viewers may not show all elements.
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About Doors Open
Doors Open Waterloo Region is part of Doors Open Ontario, a province wide initiative of the Ontario Heritage Trust to celebrate community heritage and architecture.
Depending on the community, Doors Open events take place any time from April to October. Doors Open is free, and many participating properties either normally charge an entrance fee, or are not usually open to the public. In most cases, no tickets or advance registration is required for the event.