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UNCOVERING the good stories behind Scotland’s buildings fascinates Frances MacArthur the most about Doors Open Day. She’s recently discovered some interesting facts about a building she’s frequented regularly for many years. Frances, Cultural Development Manager for East Dunbartonshire, revealed: “Any … Continue reading
This weekend saw the last of 2013’s regions opening their doors for this year’s Doors Open Days festival. I made one last DOD trip and headed to Edinburgh city centre to explore a fantastic hidden gem. The Anatomy Museum and … Continue reading
Sometimes Doors Open Days is about going to that one special building you’ve been meaning to visit for years. Other times, it’s all about having a whole day out and visiting as many different buildings as you possibly can along … Continue reading
As much as I’d love to visit all the Doors Open Days venues, with around 1,000 buildings open during the month of September it would be humanly impossible for me to get round them all! So I’ve roped in some … Continue reading