Coronavirus update 13 March 2020

Stage 3 lockdown: guidance and support.

Join us for a digital celebration of our City’s architecture and history during the 2020 Open House Melbourne weekend on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 July 2020.

Discover and explore some of Boroondara’s most iconic buildings via a virtual tour, or participate in live Q&As with historians and architects to uncover the unique stories of these buildings - all from your own home.

The full program details will be released on 16 July 2020, including information on how you can participate and view each site.

Hawthorn Arts Centre

Hawthorn

The Hawthorn landmark is one of Melbourne’s most beautiful arts centres.

Kew Court House

Kew

This prominent and iconic fixture of Kew Junction is steeped in history.

© Dianna Snape

Lyon Housemuseum

Kew

Lyon Housemuseum will be a highlight for many design and contemporary art lovers.

Tay Creggan

Hawthorn

One of Victoria’s most unique buildings, Tay Creggan is now home to Strathcona Baptist Girls Grammar.

© Russell Winnell

Villa Alba Museum

Kew

Villa Alba is one of the finest examples of late 19th century decoration in Australia.

Open House Melbourne is a chance for the community to celebrate Melbourne’s architecture and heritage by opening buildings of significance over one weekend.

More information

For information, contact Boroondara Arts on 9278 4770 or email [email protected]

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