I am sorry you are upset but to be concerned about an event (enjoyable though it is) that is 8 weeks away (and one whose own website says it's still on) seems seems a total waste of time to me. If it is cancelled or postponed, which seems likely to ne, we will find out soon enough.What I think is that you need to calm down DSC. It was a simple question because there is no information currently on their website. I was merely curious if anyone had any other information that may not be publicly available.
Be it here or the Coronavirus thread you seem to have a knack for attacking people for opening their mouth. That being said I would appreciate if you could stop attacking me for everything that I say, it is not appreciated whatsoever.
Doors Open Toronto is back for 2022 whith Toronto rich culture and history on display for all to see.
The festival will be showcasing some of the most architecturally, historically, culturally, and socially significant buildings across the city, allowing visitors to explore locations that aren't usually open to the public, or those that would normally charge an entrance fee.
The festival will offer both in-person and virtual tours to the public, along with walking tours and special activities.
A few favourite buildings that will be opening their doors for the last weekend of May include Toronto City Hall, Aga Khan Museum, R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant, Portlands Energy Centre and the Museum of Television.
Explore hundreds of historically significant sites around the city to learn more about the city's past.
Is there somewhere where I can find a list of places that is not generally open to the public? For example, I can always go to the museums anytime, so there's no point in visiting them now, but, the Lower Bay subway station is only open during events, so that would be high on my list. I'm trying to map out the high priority places to visit because this is the only time I'll get to go.