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First Church of Deliverance in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood. (Eric Allix Rogers / Chicago Architecture Center)

The revamped Open House Chicago features walking and biking trails and celeb-led virtual tours of the architecture and history of more than 20 city neighborhoods. 

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Open House Chicago will be slight less, well, open, in 2020, but still plenty of spectacular architecture on view. (Chicago Architecture Center / Facebook)

The Chicago Architecture Center’s popular event, now in its 10th year, will stick to the outdoors and offer online programming, with a focus on Chicago’s South and West sides.

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Need some ideas for what to do this weekend? Chicago Tonight knows what is going on!

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This weekend, Chicagoans get a rare glimpse into private spaces around the city. Geoffrey Baer is here to tell us about Open House Chicago, a new event allowing people access to a variety of buildings that are usually closed to the public.

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