Roseneath Carousel, Doors Open Northumberland 2017 (Photo: Richard Adams)

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the video below for a behind-the-scenes experience of this fascinating structure: the North House at rare Charitable Research Reserve.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video to learn more about the history of the St. Catharines Courthouse clock.

Discover Waterloo’s Timeless Material Company and learn about the true spirit of salvage.

During Digital Doors Open, take a virtual tour of the Ottawa Humane Society and learn more about the important work that they do.

For Digital Doors Open, check out the Orillia Museum of Art & History (Sir Sam Steele Memorial Building) through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, you can tour the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives in this video.

Additional video resources of the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives include a fascinating history of Peel's Black communities through the North Peel Community Church.

Additional video resources of the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives include an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the Peel Regional Archives.

Additional video resources of the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives include a rare opportunity to explore one of artist Tom Thomson's sketchbooks from inside the art gallery vault.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this film – entitled Playing with Fire, by Sean Scally – and learn what really happened that fateful night over a century ago to the British Chemical Company Site.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about the RiverBrink Art Museum through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Colborne's Cuthbert Cumming House in this video.

Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Thunder Bay Museum with Executive Director Scott Bradley and Curator Michael deJong.

Learn more about the Thunder Bay Museum with this video.

For Digital Doors Open, join a virtual tour of Christ Church Cathedral Ottawa.

Enjoy this behind-the-scenes exploration of the Region of Waterloo International Airport.

As part of Digital Doors Open, enjoy a virtual tour of Brampton's Norton Place Park in this video.

Watch this documentary by Sean Scally – entitled Lumberbaron: The Gilmour Years – and discover the story about the effect of the Gilmour Lumber Company on the region from Trenton to the Muskokas.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the video below for a behind-the-scenes experience of the historical William Street Pumping Station in Waterloo.

Check out this video and see how Alderlea has been adapted for use as a heritage venue.

As part of Digital Doors Open, Brampton residents can enjoy a virtual neighbourhood walking experience and share what they love about the Sandalwood West neighbourhood and what can be changed using the online survey and mapping tools.

For Digital Doors Open, learn about the kinds of artifacts found in The ArQuives – and the people who collect and preserve them – through this video.

At the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, snowshoe on its trails and so much more!

At the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, experience canoeing and kayaking through the marsh channels, and so much more!

As part of Digital Doors Open Hamilton, explore some of Hamilton’s feature heritage properties through this video.

Join tour guide Steve Collie – member of the Brampton Heritage Board and the Brampton Historical Society – for an informative and enlightening guided tour of downtown Brampton.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Niagara-on-the-Lake's Grace United Church by watching this video.

Learn more about the history of the Centennial Building and its role in Whitby’s past through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, Professor William Moore of Boston University discusses the architecture and style of the Masonic Temple in Windsor in this video.

Explore Cambridge’s unique Tapestry Hall and the Foundry Brewing Co.

As part of Digital Doors Open, find out more about Eby Manor and this dairy operation through the video below.

Check out this video from Visit the 1000 Islands to learn more about George Taylor Fulford and Fulford Place.

Enjoy this aerial drone tour of the resplendent Fulford Place gardens, laid out by the renowned Olmsted brothers.

Get exclusive access throughout the Shand Dam’s infrastructure with this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Beaux Arts Brampton in this video.

Learn more about Glanmore National Historic Site.

Learn more about the Ancaster Old Township Hall through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Cobbing Antiques in Morganston in this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, Brampton residents can enjoy a virtual neighbourhood walking experience and share what they love about the Credit Valley neighbourhood and what can be changed using the online survey and mapping tools.

Learn more about the National Air Force Museum of Canada in Quinte West through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Merrick Thomas House in Oakville through this video.

Watch this documentary – entitled Ritchie’s Follie: The Central Ontario Railway, by Sean Scally – to learn more about this little-known piece of Trenton history.

During Digital Door Open, watch this video from Quinte Waste Solutions to see how recycling works - from curbside collection to the sorting line to the finished bales of recycled materials that are then sold to companies for new uses.

Watch this video to see the Superior Elevator, Port of Thunder Bay in operation and learn more about its role in transporting grain to market.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video to learn more about the history of Hamilton's Piggott Building.

Enjoy an aerial tour of the Elora Gorge region here.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video to learn more about the Workers Arts and Heritage Centre in Hamilton.

Since the Doris McCarthy Artist-in-Residence Program launched at Fool's Paradise in 2014, over 30 artists have completed residencies here. Meet one of the artists here.

Take an aerial tour of the Scarborough Bluffs, near Fool's Paradise.

For Digital Doors Open, watch this video to learn more about the unique Carleton-Dominion Chalmers Centre.

As part of Digital Doors Open, take a virtual tour of the Canadian Conservation Institute through this video and learn more about this fascinating site.

For Digital Doors Open, take this video tour to see some of the steps that researchers at the Cancer Research Labs at The Ottawa Hospital take to make cancer-killing viruses.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video to learn more about the Sault Ste. Marie Museum.

Join artist Ron Baird as he speaks up close and personal about Brampton's The Ghost Train in the Mount Pleasant Village Square.

Join artist Ron Baird as he speaks up close and personal about three unique metal structures, Time, Tracks and Trestle Bridge, in Brampton's Mount Pleasant Village Square.

As part of Digital Doors Open, take a virtual boat ride through the Appleton swamp by watching this video.

Explore the Star Trek-themed Aurora Borealis Orthodontics through this video.

What was it like for Devon Hogue, the Business Information Officer for the City of Cambridge during those first days in August 2016 when The Handmaid's Tale was just a concept being pitched for the first time? Just how do you explain to residents why there are gallows erected in the park, army tanks and men with machine guns on the bridge, and three bodies hanging from the wall by the river? Find out in the following episode of Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Colborne's Thornton House in this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about The Oriential Hotel in Castleton through this video.

Learn about the Innisfil ideaLAB & Library.

As part of Digital Doors Open, take a virtual hike along this part of the Bruce Trail and see Westover from the air by watching this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video for a behind-the-scenes experience of Waterloo's Log Schoolhouse.

During Digital Doors Open, you can learn more about the Trent-Severn Canal through this video.

Take an exclusive backstage tour of The Rose Theatre in this video.

For Digital Doors Open, watch this video to learn more about the Ermatinger Old Stone House in Sault Ste. Marie.

Wander through the Be Contemporary Gallery

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video of The Forest Hill Home of Enchantment for a behind-the-scenes experience of this unique home.

As part of Digital Doors Open, take a virtual hike along this part of the Bruce Trail and see Devil's Monument from the air by watching this video.

Learn about the history of the remarkable Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre through this video.

During Digital Doors Open Brampton, enjoy a virtual tour of Heart Lake North through this video.

Learn about the history of Niagara-on-the-Lake through this video.

Learn more about the Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum through this video.

For Digital Doors Open, take a virtual tour of The Canal District in Sault Ste. Marie through this video.

During Digital Doors Open, do some spy training with site expert Lynn Philip Hodgson in this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Castleton's Doyle House in this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, enjoy a virtual tour of 618 Athol Street in Whitby and learn more about the features of this unique structure (including its original woodwork, leaded-glass windows and brick fireplaces).

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the video series entitled Uncovering the Lincoln Archives – Part 1 can be seen here.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the video series entitled Uncovering the Lincoln Archives – Part 2 can be seen here.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the video series entitled Uncovering the Lincoln Archives – Part 3 can be seen here.

Watch a biopic on the history of Confederation to understand the critical role that George Brown had in shaping Canada.

Check out Mississauga’s virtual Doors Open 2020 video.

Watch this video to learn more about Mississauga's Credit River.

Watch this video to learn more about the 1979 Mississauga train derailment.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video for a behind-the-scenes experience of Kitchener’s Cold War Bunker.

During Digital Doors Open, watch this video to learn more about the history of Chatham.

For Digital Doors Open, learn more about the Niagara District Court House in this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, take a virtual hike along this part of the Bruce Trail and see Barrow Bay from the air by watching this video.

Learn more in this video from Historica Canada about the Cold War and the important role that the Diefenbunker played.

You can explore many things about Hillary House and Koffler Museum of Medicine and its collections digitally (see this video as a sample).

During Digital Doors Open, visitors can enjoy a design walk-through of the Centre Block.

During Digital Doors Open, visitors can see how experts carefully removed the chandeliers in Ottawa's Senate and House of Commons chambers.

During Digital Doors Open, visitors can learn about the beautiful murals in the House of Commons Reading Room designed by Arthur Watkins Crisp.

During Digital Doors Open, you can explore the United States Embassy in Ottawa through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video and learn about handmade toys that children played with in the early 1800s.

Welcome to the Grace United Church in Brampton!

The historical Grace United Church, built as a Wesleyan Methodist Church in 1867 and extensively renovated in 1887, is the oldest church in Brampton.

The sanctuary of Brampton's Grace United Church has wonderful woodwork, a gallery with an intricate wrought-iron railing, and over 40 stained-glass windows.

The beautiful Casavant pipe organ at Brampton's Grace United Church was installed in 1924, a gift from the Duggan family in memory of those who served in the First World War.

In 1982, people from Grace United formed a non-profit group to build Grace Court, a seniors’ apartment building in downtown Brampton in recognition of the need for affordable seniors’ housing in the area.

As part of Digital Doors Open, take a virtual sanctuary tour of Brampton's Grace United Church, hear all about the congregation’s 198-year history, and take a look at how the Casavant pipe organ works and what it sounds like.

During Digital Doors Open, witness the social and mechanical life of Canada’s early industrial revolution by watching this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Colborne's Keeler Campbell House in this video.

Watch the acclaimed documentary about Tommy Thompson Park (from CBC’s The Nature of Things).

Explore Tommy Thompson Park (Leslie Street Spit) through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the video below to learn more about living and working in the Brubacher House Museum.

Learn more about Waterloo’s Parkview Crematorium in this video.

Learn about the Stratford Festival on Film in this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, join volunteer Michael Avis on a tour of the house in this video, as well as the log cabin and grounds, where you will experience Brampton’s pioneer heritage first hand.

Check out this video as part of Digital Doors Open and learn more about the Decew Generating Station 1 (Ontario Power Generation).

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the video below for a behind-the-scenes experience of this state-of-the-art facility: the Gies Family Centre.

Check out this video on the Underground Railroad.

Check out this Archives of Ontario documentary that explores the history of the Black community in Buxton.

Watch this video and learn more about the Buxton National Historic Site and Museum.

Learn more about the history of the Toronto Railway Museum and of our railway heritage through this video.

For Digital Doors Open, learn more about Balfour House (Chedoke Estate) through this video.

Check out Myseum's unique Quarantine Edition exhibit called Images of Resistance: An Archive of Action.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Niagara-on-the-Lake by watching this video.

Take a virtual tour of Brampton's Fire Department Services Apparatus and Maintenance Facility in this video.

While you can now visit Niagara Falls again in person, there are still many digital experiences that are available and worth experiencing from your backyard.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about the historical Galt Arena Gardens through this video.

Take a tour of downtown Kitchener from the perspective of SPECTRUM – Waterloo Region’s first-ever LGBTQ community space.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Colborne's Reuben Scott House in this video.

For Digital Doors Open, visitors can watch this video to learn more about the Canadian Museum of Nature.

Learn more about Toronto's Enoch Turner Schoolhouse through this video.

In 2020, and as part of Digital Doors Open, Brampton residents can enjoy a virtual neighbourhood walking experience and share what they love about the Valley Creek neighbourhood and what can be changed using the online survey and mapping tools.

As part of Digital Doors Open, explore the intriguing Ashbridge Estate through this video.

Learn more about the Keefer Terminal, Port of Thunder Bay through this video.

Take a virtual tour through this video and learn more about Brampton's popular Lester B. Pearson Memorial Theatre.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Colborne's Joseph A. Keeler House in this video.

During Digital Doors Open, explore the Ottawa Main Mosque through this video and learn more about this fascinating site.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about the Corby Park Rose Garden in this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the video below for an introduction to the genealogist and archivist from Local History Branch - Windsor Public Library who are both onsite to answer your questions.

As part of Digital Doors Open, explore the Isabel Bader Theatre through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, check out this video and learn more about Hamilton's MacNab Street Presbyterian Church.

Take a virtual tour of Westfield Heritage Village in this video.

Learn more about Brockville’s railway history through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, take a look behind the scenes at the Shaw Festival through the video below and learn more about this fascinating place.

Follow this online spooky murder mystery game from The Shaw Festival: Sherlock Holmes and the Deathly Clocktower.

As part of Digital Doors Open, Brampton residents can enjoy a virtual neighbourhood walking experience and share what they love about the Sheridan neighbourhood and what can be changed using the online survey and mapping tools.

During Digital Doors Open, learn more about the Martin's Family Fruit Farm and their thriving business through this video.

Explore the fascinating Inner Range Lighthouse as part of Digital Doors Open through this video.

Enjoy this digital tour of the Lynde House Museum and learn more about the history of this site.

As part of Digital Doors Open, Brampton residents can enjoy a virtual neighbourhood walking experience and share what they love about the Mount Pleasant Village neighbourhood and what can be changed using the online survey and mapping tools.

Learn more about Ottawa's Bytown Museum by watching this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, Brampton residents can enjoy a virtual neighbourhood walking experience and share what they love about the ABCD neighbourhood and what can be changed using the online survey and mapping tools.

For Digital Doors Open, visit the video below for an introduction to The Brown Homestead in St. Catharines.

As part of Digital Doors Open, take a virtual tour of Ottawa's Arts Court through this video.

Learn about Waterloo Brewing’s passion for craft beer in this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video and enjoy highlights from Garden Square’s first-ever summer of virtual events.

As part of Digital Doors Open, Brampton residents can enjoy a virtual neighbourhood walking experience and share what they love about the Mount Royal/Pavilion neighbourhood and what can be changed using the online survey and mapping tools.

Devon Hogue, the Business Information Officer for the City of Cambridge, takes us on a tour of key locations and the many challenges and rewards along the way. Join the tour in the below episode of Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region.

During Digital Doors Open, discover this vibrant neighbourhood, which features the Bramalea Ltd. Community Park and Dog Park, and the colourful Franceschini Bridge.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video to learn more about Levi Carroll and the iconic Log Schoolhouse.

Learn more about the Underground Railroad from the Amherstburg Freedom Museum

As part of Digital Doors Open, take a virtual tour of The Tremont House by watching this video.

Learn more about the Rizzardo Health & Wellness Centre.

This scenic driving tour highlights four heritage cemeteries while winding through the three cities and four rural townships of Waterloo Region.

During Digital Doors Open, enjoy a virtual tour of the Ontario Lieutenant Governor's Suite in this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about the fascinating history of the Canadian Forces Base Trenton through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, explore the Sacred Heart Church in Ingersoll through this video.

During Digital Doors Open, you can experience some of this remarkable history through this video: Lorne Scots 12 Chapel, Trooping 1975.

During Digital Doors Open, you can experience some of this remarkable history through this video: Homecoming 1945.

During Digital Doors Open, you can experience some of this remarkable history through this video: Camp Niagara 1944.

During Digital Doors Open, you can experience some of this remarkable history through this video: Pipes and Drums Edinburgh 1960

During Digital Doors Open, you can experience some of this remarkable history through this video: March Past Trooping of the Colour 2016.

During Digital Doors Open, you can experience some of this remarkable history through this video: Lorne Scots Sesquicentennial.

Join us during Digital Doors Open for a behind-the-scenes tour of the vault inside The Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery in Waterloo.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video to learn more about the Blair Sheave Tower in Cambridge.

As part of Digital Doors Open, Brampton residents can enjoy a virtual neighbourhood walking experience and share what they love about the Snelgrove neighbourhood and what can be changed using the online survey and mapping tools.

As part of Digital Doors Open, through this video, the Red Sky Métis Independent Nation shares with us their traditional knowledge of preparing birch tea.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about Purdy's Farmhouse in Castleton through this video.

Stone Secrets – Episode 1: James McIntyre. Discover who was the Chaucer of Cheese, the Milton of Stilton. Listen to the fascinating story of Canada's cheese poet!

Stone Secrets – Episode 2: Merle Montgomery. Listen to the story of Merle Montgomery and his heroic efforts to protect the citizens of Ingersoll in 1918.

To learn more about the Old Church Theatre, watch this Sean Scally video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about The Cotton Factory through this video.

Learn more about the prestigious Austin family (Spadina Museum Historic House and Gardens) in 1920s Toronto in this video.

Learn about the restoration project for the Spadina Museum Historic House and Gardens.

Learn about the Spadina Museum Historic House and Gardens from inside out.

During Digital Doors Open, explore their new exhibit on the history of education and schools in the Oakville area through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, explore the magnificent Scotsdale Farm through this video.

As part of Digital Doors Open, learn more about The Exchange Brewery through this video.

This episode of Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region features a conversation with Clarence Cachagee, the visionary behind Crow Shield Lodge.

Find out why Clearpath Robotics values automating dull, dirty and dangerous jobs in the following episode of Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch this video (from Tourism Oxford) to learn more about the significance of the Ingersoll Cheese & Agricultural Museum.

As part of Digital Doors Open, check out this video to learn more about the Daniels Building.

For Digital Doors Open, watch this video to learn more about Hamilton's Griffin House.

For Digital Doors Open, learn more about the history of the former Hamilton Public Library through this video.

During Digital Doors Open, listen to a short lecture on the past, present and future of Auchmar Manor House.

During Digital Doors Open, view a photo tour of Auchmar Manor House.

Local yearbooks are one of 10 favourite items that are explored as part of Digital Doors Open by Karen Ball-Pyatt, Manager of the Grace Schmidt Room’s vast collection at the Kitchener Public Library.

Learn more about their lives and their company through this Sean Scally video – entitled Apples and Egos: The Saga of Eben James and William Fraser – and see for yourself how apples and egos impacted the history of Trenton.

As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the Art and Architecture video series that explores the symbolism of the Assumption Church in Windsor as presented through art and architectural features (Part One of four is shown here).

Learn more about mural artist Stephanie Boutari and how she’s making an impact on Waterloo Region.

For Digital Doors Open, explore the Penetanguishene Centennial Museum and Archives through this video.

If you’re interested in researching at the Archives of Ontario, check out this Researching Our Records Online video.

If you’re interested in researching at the Archives of Ontario, check out this Tracing Your Family History video.

For Digital Doors Open, learn more about St. Mark's Anglican Church in Niagara-on-the-Lake by watching this video.

For Digital Doors Open, follow along with local historian and storyteller Mary Harris in this video as she describes Barrie's history, colourful proprietors, scandals, fights, grand events and unusual guests from years gone by.

As part of Digital Doors Open, Brampton residents can enjoy a virtual neighbourhood walking experience and share what they love about the Spring Valley neighbourhood and what can be changed using the online survey and mapping tools.