Sydney has many beautiful buildings and landmarks that we might easily take for granted. Sydney Open is an annual event that invites the lovers of heritage and historical buildings to discover the buildings that made their mark in Sydney and how the latest architectural designs are shaping the future.
This event runs over two days, unlocking the doors to over 60 of Sydney's most fascinating spaces and buildings.
Images - Sydney Living Museums website - collage - Seafarrwide
On Saturday 4 November you can book a focus tours guided by experts that take participants through secret hideaway tunnels, see the top of towers and inside some private residences that have been architecturally designed.
On Sunday 5 November, you can plan your own itinerary and discover over 40 buildings across the CBD, Central, Redfern, and Eveleigh. The Open pass program also offers a range tours and talks.
Tips: Plan your day before you go and research the website for which building tours and free talks you wish to join. Make sure you wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a snack pack and water so you can enjoy a jam-packed day of discovery. Don't forget to wear your Sydney Open wristband which will give you entry to the buildings and free rides on the Sydney Open precinct transfer bus.