The public will get unprecedented access to some of the most famous buildings in central Perth in November.
There are more than 50 destinations in the inaugural Open House Perth, which will give people a "backstage pass to the city" on November 3 and 4 by inviting them into spaces usually closed to the public.
As part of the free event, people can see inside the Perth Arena, the State Theatre Centre, Brookfield Plaza, the Perth Concert Hall, Central Park and Parliament House.
Open House Perth creative director Carly Barrett, who brought the event to Perth after taking part in a similar event in London, said it let people celebrate their city and the role that quality architecture and urban design played in their lives.
"It's an opportunity to really embrace what Perth is," Ms Barrett said.For more information visit www.openhouseperth.net .
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