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May 16, 2024

Doors Open Winnipeg 2024 Registration Opens Saturday, May 18th at Noon!

The Doors Open Winnipeg 2024 events that require registration will open for online registration starting at noon on Saturday, May 18th! Individual event profiles on the Doors Open Winnipeg website will include a registration link. The events that require advance registration to attend include:

Discover Oseredok Collections

Exchange District Walking Tour

From the Fort to the Forks *NEW*

Gregg Building *NEW*

Haunted History Tour

Historic Downtown Transcona

Launching into Aviation History at the Millennium Centre

Patent 5 Distillery at the Dominion Express Building

Philips Square at 240 Tache Avenue *NEW*

Trolley Bus Tour

Winnipeg Rowing Club Doors Open: Come Try Rowing

There are limited spaces available and popular tours fill up quickly – be sure to register early so you do not miss out!

If you are unable to secure a spot at an event that requires registration, you still have access to a ton of other fantastic events! Check out the buildings, tours, and activities that catch your eye on the Doors Open Winnipeg website, note the day and time they open, and then head over to enjoy!

Presented by Heritage Winnipeg, Doors Open Winnipeg is a FREE city-wide celebration of Winnipeg’s built heritage treasures, cultural institutions and historic streetscapes that invites you to explore Winnipeg’s past through open buildings, fun events and exclusive tours. We hope you can join us in celebrating the stories our buildings tell on May 25th and 26th!

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