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Melbourne Open House

Melbourne Open House unlocks your city. You’ll be able to explore incredible buildings for free.
Residents, visitors, families, design buffs, architecture fans – absolutely anyone who loves Melbourne is invited to explore great contemporary, historic and sustainable buildings and spaces. 








Melbourne Open House is a not-for-profit association that runs annual events providing the public a free and rare opportunity to discover a hidden wealth of architectural, engineering and historic buildings nestled around the city.
The inaugural MOH 2008 event saw 8 buildings open and more than 30,000 visits across the day. Since then, the event has grown; the 2010 event expanded to 59 buildings, incorporating Docklands in addition to Melbourne’s CBD, and in 2011 75 buildings opened their doors to the public. Now in its 5th Year, Melbourne Open House 2012 is set to open 100 doors – spanning across commercial, residential and green buildings, as well as places of worship and sporting grounds throughout Melbourne on the 28 + 29 July. 

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