Doors Open Richmond

Girl with orange t-shirt smiles at girl wearing paper graduating cap at a craft table.Saturday June 3 & Sunday June 4
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Join us for our Opening Celebration at the Richmond Cultural Centre on Friday June 2, 5:30 pm- 8:30 pm.

About Doors Open Richmond
The 10th installment of Doors Open Richmond is a free weekend-long, city-wide public celebration of heritage, culture and the arts presented by the Richmond Museum Society and the City of Richmond.

In 2017, we are proud to have 42 sites open their doors to visitors across Richmond for free. These sites offer an eclectic and exciting blend of culturally rich and inclusive experiences. These destinations include heritage sites, museums, places of worship, green spaces, art galleries and artist studios.

Doors Open Map Brochure
The Doors Open Richmond map brochure listing all the sites and activities offered will be available to download from early May at
You can pick up your hard copy from City of Richmond facilities also in early May. A short version of the map brochure will be printed in the centre pages of the Richmond News on Wednesday, May 31.

Volunteer With Us
Get an insider’s view of Doors Open as a volunteer. You could be volunteering at London Heritage Farm, Steveston Interurban Tram, Steveston Museum, BC Ambulance, Steves Family Farmhouse, Branscombe House and BCIT Aerospace Campus. Orientation sessions are booked for May 14 and 18.

For More Information
Go to and in the Opportunity Search bar type Doors Open, or contact the Volunteer Coordinator, Sarah Shovlain, on or 604-238-8081 for more information.

Find Us On Social Media
Facebook: @DoorsOpenRichmond
Instagram: @DoorsOpenRmd
Twitter: @DoorsOpenRmd

Thank you to our sponsors:

  • Richmond Heritage Commission
  • Public Art Richmond
  • British Columbia Arts Council
  • Canadian Heritage through the Government of Canada
  • Kwantlen Polytechnic University
  • Richmond News
  • Richmond Canada 150

Contact Us
Phone: 604-718-8439
Mailing Address:
Doors Open
c/o Richmond Museum
7700 Minoru Gate
Richmond, BC V6Y 1R9