Brampton is joining other cities across Ontario in opening the doors of local cultural and heritage buildings as part of the annual Doors Open event.
Doors Open takes place on September 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at a bunch of historical, and otherwise noteworthy, buildings across the city.
The event will offer access to over 20 locations across Brampton free of charge, and it will include guided walking tours so visitors can get to know the history behind each building. From Victorian-era buildings and converted military training facilities to modern places of worship and award-winning transit hubs — there are lots of things to explore.
Many of the participating locations are not always open to the public, so this is a great opportunity to get to explore them.
- The Air Canada Flight Memorial
- The Brampton Armoury
- Brampton Transit’s Sandalwood Facility
- Memorial Area
- Lorne Scots Regimental Museum
- Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)
- Saint Elias the Prophet Ukrainian Catholic Church
There’s something for everyone — whether you’re an architecture enthusiast or history buffs — there’s something for everyone. View a complete list of locations in Brampton you can explore here.