Taking place this year on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 July, more than 200 buildings around Melbourne will open their doors to the public, with 84 new buildings added to the program this year. The event’s footprint has also been extended into new suburbs Beaumaris, Bangholme, Brighton, Dandenong, Essendon, La Trobe, Mill Park and Ringwood.
With a whole host of events, including tours, talks, screenings, panels, performances and more, Open House Melbourne has something for lovers of architecture old and new.
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