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June 23, 2023

Announcing the 2023 Doors Open Winnipeg Winners!

The entries have been reviewed and the votes have been counted… Heritage Winnipeg is now pleased to announce all the winners from Doors Open Winnipeg 2023! A big thank you to all the hosts and volunteers for their outstanding efforts during weekend, you make it possible to share the stories our buildings tell. We wanted to celebrate Doors Open’s 20th anniversary in a big way and we could not have done it without all those involved! Thank you to everyone who voted and participated in the contests, we hope you had a wonderful Doors Open Winnipeg 2023 and will join us again next year on May 25th and 26th, 2024!

The winners of the 13th Annual People’s Choice Awards are:

The winner of the Social Media Contest is Jennie!

“We had an absolute blast at Doors Open Winnipeg! It was a fantastic opportunity for our family to embark on a thrilling adventure, uncovering the hidden gems and fascinating stories behind the city’s architectural wonders.
From historic landmarks to modern marvels, we immersed ourselves in a world of captivating designs and rich history. [Our child] was in awe as we stepped into beautifully restored heritage buildings, admiring their intricate craftsmanship.
We love #doorsopenwinnipeg because it’s a neat way to see and learn the history of our buildings and city! We got to see the Firefighters Museum, the Silvester and Wilson building, Fleet Galleries, the Mariaggi hotel, Costume museum of Canada and the last video is of [our child] running the track at the newly renovated downtown YMCA. We go every year but this year is extra special because [our child] is at an age to appreciate it all. Note the camera in her hands. She took pictures too.
#DoorsOpenWinnipeg #FamilyFun #ArchitectureAdventures
#Exploring Together #MakingMemories #HiddenGems
#CityExplorers #QualityTime #WinnipegLove #InstaFamily”

Congratulations to the winners of the Scavenger Hunt!

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