Be a tourist in your own city (or a neighbouring city) on Saturday, June 22, 2013 as Surrey hosts Doors Open. From 11:00am to 4:00pm various businesses and attractions will open their doors to the public so that you can explore culture, history, architecture, guided tours, and more all for free.
At each Doors Open site you can pick up a brochure to take around to others and collect stamps, like a passport. For every 5 stamps you collect, you will be entered into a prize draw, just drop off your completed brochure at your last stop.
All participating venues are listed online [Download the PDF] and they include everything from Holland Park, Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre, Newton Library, and Kwantlen Polytechnic University, to the Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association, Royal Canadian Legion, Round Up Café, and the RCMP District Office.
Hop on a free hop-on/hop-off trolleys to get around to Surrey Doors Open sites as well. You can catch them regularly between 11:00am and 4:00pm from North Surrey Recreation Centre (10275 City Parkway); Bear Creek Park (access off of 88th ave east of King George Blvd), Newton Recreation Centre (13730 72nd street); and Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara (7050 120th street).
Sign up for the Surrey Doors Open e-Bulletin for more information leading up to the big event. Miss604 is a proud Media Partner of Surrey Doors Open 2013.