It`s that time of year again! This weekend Doors Open Toronto will open its doors to some Toronto`s historic, modern and most beautiful buildings for free! Aside from being free, most of these buildings are restricted for the public and are only open to certain individuals. So if you’ve ever been curious about the inside and history of a building like the R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant, then this is your chance.
This year`s theme is dedicated to the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games and is appropriately dubbed Sports, Recreation & Leisure. There are plenty of great sport facilities open this year including BMO Field and the Regent Park Aquatic Centre. This year also sees 55+ new buildings joining the roaster - although most are sports related there are a few new historic buildings.
In this post I will provide you with my Top 10 recommendations. Following this post I will highlight my Doors Open Toronto plan.
Remember to use the hashtag #DOT15 and tag me @whyilovetoronto as well as @Doors_OpenTO in your photos!
**Please note most buildings are open from 10:00am to 5:00pm on Saturday and Sunday with last admittance between 4:00pm and 4:30pm. I have noted below any venues that deviate from these times.
**Please also note that all titles are active links leading to my original post about the venue!
Opened in 1914 during WWI and was immediately
converted to help with the war efforts
Learn about the school rich athletic
They shot Mean Girls here . I have
watched the movie a ton of times and I am pretty sure they used the main foyer
in the Girls Gone Wild scene – watch the clip and check it out on Saturday or Sunday to tell me if I’m right. Link here.
The guys of ShinganCrimsonZ show their love to win you over in this “Wedding Road” themed poster and spread from the June issue of Otomedia Magazine (Amazon US | JP), illustrated by key animator Marie Ino (井野真理恵).