Doors Open Days will welcome in the world and encourage everyone, from both home and abroad, to join in the festivities and discover Scotland through the Keyhole.
In 2014 Scotland’s annual festival of architectural will explore the countries contemporary and historic built environments, from the Highlands to the Borders, with a focus upon our great nation’s heritage, people and identity.
Scotland through the Keyhole will focus on four broad areas that showcase the very best of our country’s past, present and future.
These areas are:
Food and Drink
Natural, Active and Industrial Resources
Creativity and Culture
An exciting year of exploring Scotland’s produce, people and places through the keyhole of Scottish doors awaits. We can’t wait to welcome you in.
John Pelan, Director of Scottish Civic Trust said:
‘As the nationalcoordinators of Doors Open Days we are delighted to work with Homecoming Scotland 2014, a fantastic celebration of Scotland’s people, places and history. Doors Open Days is a perfect fit for Homecoming. We expect that once again welcome thousands of visitors, from across Scotland and beyond into our open doors.’
Caroline Packman, Director of Homecoming Scotland said:
‘The Year of Homecoming gives us a fantastic opportunity to place the spotlight on our greatest assets, so it is only fitting that Doors Open Day is part of the packed programme of over six hundred events. ‘Scotland through the Keyhole’ celebrates both our fantastic architecture here in Scotland, and our culture and heritage, so all that’s left is for locals and visitors to get out and about and experience the best of what’s on our very own doorstep.’
To find out more see our website www.doorsopendays.org.uk