Doors Open Day usually welcomes the public to venues across the historic Stirling area for free but this won’t be possible this year due to the current Scottish Government COVID-19 restrictions.
However, the Council and other local and national organisations have come up with creative solutions to ensure visitors can still see into building in Stirling.
A number of online events and talks have organised, including a presentation on some of the historic building plans held within the Council’s Archives, which will be available to view from Saturday (19 Sep).
To view the full range of events in Stirling, please head here.
Doors Open Days is Scotland’s largest free annual architectural event. It has been celebrating heritage and the built environment in Scotland since 1990, and it takes place every September. Doors Open Days is coordinated nationally by the Scottish Civic Trust and is part of European Heritage Days alongside Scottish Archaeology Month.
Doors Open Days are delivered in collaboration with area coordinators, supported by many thousands of volunteers.
For more information on this year’s events in Scotland, visit the Doors Open Days website: www.doorsopendays.org.uk