Doors Open Richmond

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Event Category: Art Walks & Studio Tours and BC’s Best Festivals & Events

  • Doors Open Online
    Discover Richmond’s diverse community and enjoy special behind-the-scenes opportunities from the comfort of your favourite device during Doors Open Richmond 2020. Explore around 40 sites across Richmond on June 6-13, including museums, places of worship, cultural centres, businesses, and more.

    While nothing can replace face-to-face interactions, Doors Open will move online in 2020 to offer Richmond an opportunity to “come together” during a prolonged period of social isolation.

    The Richmond Museum Society, in partnership with the City of Richmond, is thrilled to be able to present this annual event online and thankful to its partners for adapting their activities under extraordinary circumstances.

    Doors Open is an annual, free two-day event presented by the Richmond Museum. Last year, over 15,000 people visited our sites, which included the Az-Zahraa Islamic Centre, Eastern Catholic Church, Ling Yen Mountain Temple, and Nanaksar Gurdwara Gursikh Temple, and more. Participating sites and information for 2020 will be released soon!

    For more information on participating sites visit 
    Follow the week’s activities on social media #DoorsOpenOnline


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