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Welcome to the Doors Open Ontario website

Welcome to the Doors Open Ontario website

Welcome

2014 events

From May to October 2014, communities open the doors to some of Ontario's most intriguing and charming heritage sites. Admission is free! And the Ontario Heritage Trust invites you to experience these treasures first-hand. (Photo: The Breithaupt Block, interior, Kitchener. Credit: Joel Campbell)

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Get involved!

Get involved!

get involved

Learn more about how your community can become involved in one of the Doors Open Ontario events.

Or volunteer at one of the events across the province. For more information on volunteering at a local event, check the Become a volunteer tab on each event page. (Photo: Lower Bay Station. Credit: Terry Wurdemann, Sault Ste. Marie)

Volunteer at a local event
Order your copy today!

Order your copy today!

Order your brochure

This year's theme: Remembering the First World War: Ontario in transition

Order a copy of the Doors Open Ontario 2014 brochure. Available in April, the brochure is a great travel companion and planning tool. Call 1-800-ONTARIO (668-2746) or email the Ontario Heritage Trust to have a copy mailed to you. (Photo: Aberdeen Pavilion, Ottawa)
Order your brochure here
Say cheese!

Say cheese!

photo contest

Enter our photo contest and you could see one of your photos here on the Doors Open Ontario website!

Rules and regulations

Photo: Farm equipment at the Wellington County Museum and Archives, Fergus (Photo: Alexander Meoko, Thornhill)
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St. John

St. John's Anglican Church

Featured Sites
Since 1876, this Gothic revival gem has endured in its leafy hollow. Local supporters rescued and restored the church in the early 1990s. Pleasing in its traditional design, the church features a heritage font, commemorative stained glass and a bell reputedly from the old Harwood train station.
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