Dunoon is set to be a great ‘Doors Open Day’ venue this year, with several local buildings already signed up and time for more to get involved.
The newly refurbished Queen’s Hall, Dunoon Burgh Hall, the Castle House Museum and Cowal Open Studios will all be taking part in Doors Open Day 2018, on 22-23 September.
For members of the public it’s a chance to see inside buildings not normally available to visit, or to see free-of-charge venues they’d normally have to pay to tour.
For an area it’s a chance to attract visitors and raise awareness of local attractions.
Across Scotland, churches, town halls, private houses, castles, army monitoring posts have all participated in previous years.
Councillor Bobby Good, Chair of the Bute and Cowal Area Committee, said:
“Taking part in Doors Open Day is a chance to showcase Dunoon as a great place to visit and enjoy and to promote the work of local artists. I would encourage as many venues as possible to get involved.”
If you have an interesting building not normally open to the public, or you can open your doors for free for one day, and would like to take part, or would like more information, please get in touch with the local development officer: firstname.lastname@example.org