Doors Open Saskatoon is part of an international tradition that began in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1990. The concept is a simple one: buildings of architectural and historical significance, many of which are not normally open to the public, open their doors to visitors for a day. Many provide guided tours, special exhibits, displays or performances. Doors Open Saskatoon was initially presented in 2005 and is happening for the 10th time this year.
Participating Downtown Buildings
- McLean Block (1912) 267 3rd Avenue South
- St. John’s Cathedral (1917) 816 Spadina Crescent East
- St. Tropez Bistro (1906) 238 2nd Avenue South
- Wallstreet Common (1928) 310 Wall Street
- The Bessborough Hotel (1935) 601 Spadina Crescent East
- Senator Hotel (1908) 243 21st Street East
- Drinkle Building No 3 (1913) 115 3rd Avenue South
- The Saskatoon Star Phoenix building (1967) 204 5th Avenue North.
- HMCS Unicorn (1943) 405 24th St E
- Knox United Church (1914) 838 Spadina Cr
- St Vincent of Lerins Orthodox Church (1913) 304 3rd Ave N
- TCU Place (1968) 35 22nd St E
- Ukrainian Museum Of Canada (1979) 910 Spadina Cr
Visit Doors Open Saskatoon for more information.