It’s a rare opportunity for public access into some of Toronto’s unique structures.
On Saturday and Sunday more than 130 buildings across the city will open their doors for a look inside as part of the 17th annual Doors Open Toronto event.
It’s free with one of a kind tours including a walk out on the tarmac at Billy Bishop Airport, a look at original technology used to pump drinking water at the High Level Pumping Station, or a peak at the TTC’s brand new Leslie Barns where the city houses its new streetcars.
You can see a list of the tours and how to register on the City of Toronto website.
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