We will not be able to host our info hub this year unfortunately and due to Covid-19 our staff are mainly working from home in accordance with Government Guidelines. If you have a query relating to any of our programme please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as we can. Closer to the Open House weekend we will publish a contact number for queries. Please bear with us as we do our very best to deliver this year’s festival.
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Onsite Tours – Book from 28 September
Unfortunately due to Government restrictions put in place on 19 September we will no longer be able to offer onsite indoor building tours. However we will have a limited number of outdoor tours available to pre-book from 28 September and we will be adding to our exciting online programme over the coming days! Your safety is our priority and we have worked hard to reimagine our festival for 2020 to bring you Open House Dublin.
All OHD tours are completely FREE! Booking opens Monday 28 September
Please follow the booking instructions on each event page. This year we will be introducing a no show fee which is applied when visitors do not cancel bookings with us in advance. This will be explained clearly when you book. We made this decision because such small numbers are permitted on tours and our participants and volunteers dedicate their time and expertise free of charge to make Open House happen. We hope that you understand.
Open House Junior
An exciting mix of online workshops and activities will provide entertaining and stimulating experiences for all ages. We will be adding to the Junior programme over the coming week with exciting Minecraft challenges and newly designed Architreks!
This year we are very excited to premier a series of short films celebrating Dublin’s architecture, urban design and city culture. The films will premier online 8 October and will be screened at Meeting House Square 9-11 October