The Chicago Architecture Center hosts Open House Chicago Oct, 16 and 17, offering rare behind-the-scenes access to more than 100 venues and over 30 Chicago neighborhoods and select suburbs. The Givins Beverly Castle, 103rd and Longwood Drive, is featured on the popular event. BAPA is an OHC community partner organization.
Open House Chicago has been expanded, with opportunities for engagement and guided exploration throughout October through the mobile app available at openhousechicago.org/app. The app features self-guided tours including a Great Chicago Fire trail recognizing the 150th anniversary of the fire that changed our city’s history, as well as a complete list of sites available for visits, audio and video, and tips on additional attractions across the city including shopping and restaurants.
Open House Chicago is one of the largest architecture festivals in the world and continues to remain free and open to the public. The roster of Open House Chicago participating sites and virtual programming can be found at www.openhousechicago.org.
Open House Chicago sites are free and do not require a reservation. Get the latest news and fun facts about Open House Chicago by following the Chicago Architecture Center on social media.
The Chicago Architecture Center is following Illinois Department of Public Health guidelines requiring the use of masks indoors. Individual OHC sites may have additional requirements for entry.