Public event offers behind the scenes look at many popular city structures.
If you’ve ever wondered what goes on behind the doors of some of Fredericton’s most recognized buildings you’ll have all your questions answered this weekend during Doors Open Fredericton, the annual event that offers a behind the scenes look at what makes the city tick.
This year’s event includes 20 locations from fire stations to concert halls and major media outlets. Take a guided tour and see for yourself what goes on behind closed doors, learn a bit of history and gain a better understanding of many of the city’s landmark structures and facilities.
Participating buildings include:
Fredericton Convention Centre, York Street Fire Station, City Water Treatment Plant, Fredericton Playhouse, Theatre New Brunswick, Sir Howard Douglass Hall, Brydone Jack Observatory, McCord Hall / Ice House, Memorial Hall, Maggie Jean Chestnut – UNB’s Renaissance College (NEW), Provincial Archives, Wilmot United Church, Saint , aul’s Church, St Anne’s Chapel of Ease, St. Peters Anglican Church, Brunswick Street Church, Rogers TV, Bell Media Radio Station, City Hall, and The Station on York.