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Open House New York is first and foremost a champion for an open city. The doors we open every year are the tangible expression of a commitment to the idea that access to the city–and to each other–is fundamental to our success as a community and our shared future. This openness has been a hallmark […]

Tens of thousands of New Yorkers–along with visitors from across the country and around the world–came together this year for the 15th Anniversary Open House New York Weekend, crisscrossing the five boroughs in celebration of architecture, urban design, and New York City. From Fort Tilden on the Rockaway Peninsula to Woodlawn Cemetery at the city’s […]

Looking to escape from the hustle and bustle for a day? Book a car through ReachNow and head over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge for a daycation on Staten Island, the most bucolic of New York City’s five boroughs! It may lack palm trees, but this island has more than enough serene spots and architectural wonders to […]

Use dsgnfix to find your way during OHNY Weekend. dsgnfix is a free media site and location-based app for the entire creative community. During OHNY Weekend, all Open Access sites that can be visited free of charge and without reservations will be listed on dsgnfix with addresses, times, and a corresponding map. It’s a great […]

While the majority of sites open during OHNY Weekend are Open Access and can be visited free of charge and without reservations on a first-come-first-served basis on October 14 and 15, some sites and tours require Advance Reservations due to space or security restrictions. Information about all sites and tours can be viewed at ohny.org […]

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