Doors Open Richmond Giveaway

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The Richmond Museum presents the 17th annual Doors Open Richmond from June 8–9, 2024, at over 40 unique locations across the city, each representing the city’s cultural diversity and rich heritage. You can enter to win a prize package!

Doors Open Richmond - Courtesy of Richmond Museum
Doors Open Richmond – Courtesy of Richmond Museum

Doors Open Richmond Locations

12 Service Battalion Museum & 39 Service Battalion
Az-Zahraa Islamic Centre
Bahá’í Community of Richmond
BC Ambulance Services
Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site
Eastern Catholic Church Richmond
Gina Page, Seawrack Press Studio
Gurdwara Nanak Niwas: India Cultural Centre of Canada
Lingyen Mountain Temple
London Farm
Minoru Chapel
Nanaksar Gurdwara Gursikh Temple
Peisen Ding, Branscombe House Artist-in-Residence
Richmond Art Gallery
Richmond Caring Place
Richmond City Hall
Richmond Artefact Collection
Richmond Family Place
Richmond Fire-Rescue
Richmond Jamia Masjid (Sunni Muslim Mosque)
Richmond Museum
Richmond Nature Park
Richmond Olympic Oval
Richmond Public Art
Richmond Public Library
Richmond Public Works
Richmond RCMP
Richmond Recycling Depot
Richmond Youth Education Center
Sanduz Estate Wines
Scott Pleydell-Pearce Artist Studio
Sea Island Heritage Society
Steves Farm
Steveston Buddhist Temple
Steveston Japanese Language School
Steveston Museum
Steveston Tram
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Richmond Service Centre
Sudnya Dance Academy
The Blue Cabin Floating Artist Residency
Turkish-Canadian Society
Ukrainian Community Society of Ivan Franko
Vedic Cultural Centre
View a map of all of the sites here

Visitors will get a glimpse behind-the-scenes of organizations or businesses, through tours and hands-on activities. Select highlights from this year’s program include: the Turkish-Canadian Society of Vancouver, where visitors can sample savoury Turkish cuisine and practice traditional crafts; the Richmond Olympic Oval, where sports enthusiasts can tour the facilities and the interactive museum that is the first of its kind in North America; the Steveston Japanese Language School, where families can create their own unique paper craft; and many more.

In addition to the in-person program, visitors can learn more about sites through videos showing at the Richmond Cultural Centre Performance Hall and Richmond Museum Theatre.

Bus tours will be available on both days to take visitors to different places of worship along No. 5 Road, known as the “Highway to Heaven.” This year’s tour will have stops at the Az-Zahraa Islamic Centre, Lingyen Mountain Temple, Richmond Jamia Masjid, and the Vedic Cultural Centre (Sunday only).

Enter to Win

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Win a Doors Open Richmond Prize Package

Established in 2008, Doors Open Richmond is the longest-running Doors Open event in BC. The local event is part of the Doors Open Canada program supported by the City of Richmond, the BC Arts Council, the Province of British Columbia, and the Government of Canada. The event is organized by the Richmond Museum Society.

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