(Have taken the Eglinton route for the JCC and risked my life crossing the street to get there, which is why one uses the alternate. For all I know there's a light near the museum, but I'm not counting on it.)
And I belatedly realize that I go to Doors Open out of a sense of obligation- 'I never go out, I *should* go look at buildings when I have the chance.' Architecture per se is not my thing. No doubt it's instructional to have been inside a synagogue or the Hare Krishna repurposed Methodist church or a Tibetan Buddhist temple at least once; but Anglican churches and Catholic cathedrals have nothing to teach me, nor do legislative buildings and architects' offices.
What I would jump at is a house and garden tour, because old houses are fascinating- especially if they haven't been renovated in open concept concrete. But both house tours and unconcrete are hard to find these days.