City of Fredericton Cultural Development

Doors Open Fredericton.

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Contact Information
Office Phone 460-2411
Primary Contact Angela Watson, Cultural Development Officer; Email:
Description & Services
Description of service(s) Doors Open Fredericton is your opportunity to take a peek inside some of Fredericton's most interesting buildings. This annual event is free to everyone, and a great way to gain a greater understanding of what makes your city tick. It’s also a fun way to indulge your curiosity! 
Doors Open Canada was created by the Heritage Canada Foundation to provide people with the opportunity to visit buildings not regularly open to the public. The buildings may be of architectural, cultural or historic interest to the community. They may be civic buildings, schools, places of worship, offices, inns, fire halls, etc. Doors Open events are held annually all across Canada. 
At past Doors Open events in Fredericton, people were welcomed into the Fredericton E. John Bliss Water Treatment Plant, the York Street Fire Station, the back stage of the Playhouse, the Gothic sandstone St. Anne's Chapel of Ease, the 150+-year-old Brydone Jack Observatory, and heritage buildings on the UNB Campus.
Dates Program is Offered September 22, 2019
Languages English
Location information
Located In Community Fredericton
Address & Map 514 Queen St
Accessibility Partially Accessible

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