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This annual event offers free access to some of the most interesting buildings in the city that are usually closed for public. More that 130 structures that pose architectural, historical or cultural interest will be available for visitors in the end of May. You can visit an iconic Osgoode Hall Law School that dates back to 1829 or historical R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant as well as some modern buildings, like OCADU Sharp Center for Design, Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre or even University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies, one of the most prominent research facilities in the country.