Open House offers the opportunity to enter for free and explore those private or public places that are normally closed to the general public, with the help of volunteers who generously give their time to accompany and comment on the tours, This year more than 90 buildings selected for their architectural heritage and cultural value and which usually can not be accessed freely will be open to the public, including the Comega Building, Palacio Barolo, Teatro Colon, Bencich Building, National Library, Galeria Guemes, and much more.
Only those who are registered through the Open House website can get access up to 4 selected buildings each day. Registration starts on November 15th, at 5 pm BA time. The spaces are limited. To secure entrance it is recommend to arrive early. ID is needed to enter the buildings on the day of the event.
Some of the buildings do not require previous registration, and there are some additional free activities like bike tours, Open Foto, City Walks, and Open Muro.
For more information visit 48H Open House Buenos Aires website.