Surrey Doors Open 2014


Tuesday, May 27th, 2014 — 2:14pm PST
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Be a tourist in your own town and discover what Surrey has to offer during Surrey Doors Open! From City Centre to Bear Creek, Newton to Cloverdale, sites and attractions will be open to the public with free admission for the day.

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Surrey Doors Open

In one day you can visit the Bear Creek Park Train, do a Historic Cloverdale Walking Tour, attend the Whalley’s Corner Festival, visit the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara, and explore the Artisans Market at Hawthorne Square. Guided tours, presentations, children’s activities, and entertainment will be offered a a variety of venues. Take the free hop-on hop-off trolley to experience as much as you can.

Surrey Party For The Planet 2014

Surrey Doors Open will take place Saturday June 21, 2014 from 11:00am to 4:00pm. There are close to 50 sites participating in the following categories: Culture and Places of Worship; Art and Architecture; Family Friendly; Heritage; Festivals and Restaurants.

The inspiration for Surrey’s Doors Open stems from origins in France where the first Doors Open event (La Journee Portes Ouvertes) took place in 1984. The idea soon spread to neighbouring countries and has since expanded around the globe.

Toronto was the first North American city to follow the European lead and launched a high profile event showcasing constructed heritage, architecture and design as a millennium project in 2000. The City of Richmond has hosted the event over the last 4 years, and has grown their community involvement to over 50 open sites throughout Richmond. [History of Doors Open]

Check out the full list of Doors Open Sites, the Doors Open Site Map, and find out how you can get to Doors Open locations on June 21st.

For more information, see the Doors Open 2014 Event Guide and follow the City of Surrey on Twitter and Facebook using the tag #SurreyDoorsOpen.

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