Open House Melbourne 2021 moves to digital platform

Following the announcements from the Victorian Government regarding the current lockdown and uncertainty of continued restrictions, Open House Melbourne will transition the July weekend program to a fully digital program.

City of Boroondara, and building collaborators are delighted to offer an interactive digital experience for the community with free activities including virtual tours, online discussions and presentations, exhibitions and art activities.

This is your chance to step inside online and discover some of the most significant buildings in our community, including Council’s premier arts venues, Hawthorn Arts Centre and Kew Court House; and for the first time this year, the Camberwell Civic Precinct and Library.

Other featured buildings include Tay Creggan (Strathcona Girls Grammar School, Year 9 Campus), Villa Alba Museum, and Lyon Housemusuem and Galleries, offering virtual experiences not to be missed.

See the full Boroondara program.

About Open House Melbourne

Open House Melbourne is a chance for the community to celebrate Melbourne’s architecture and heritage by opening buildings of significance over one weekend.

Boroondara’s Open House Melbourne program commenced in 2018 and has continued to flourish since that time. More than 6,700 people participated in the last in person event held in 2019, and over 7,500 participants joined the online 2020 program. The 2021 program is set to deliver insightful experiences.

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