Wide Open may refer to:
- "Wide Open" (Millennium), an episode of Millennium
- Wideopen or Wide Open, a village in North East England
- Wide Open (1930 film), starring Edward Everett Horton
- Wide Open a 1998 novel by Nicola Barker
- Wide Open (Jason Aldean album), 2009
- Wide Open (Sawyer Brown album), 1988
- Wide Open, a 1971 album by Kahvas Jute
- Wide Open, a 2010 album by Latch Key Kid
- Wide Open, a 1978 EP by The Skids, featuring the single "The Saints Are Coming"
- "Wide Open", a song by Brick
- "Wide Open", a song by Westlife from Greatest Hits
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