Open House New York and LinkNYC are thrilled to announce a new partnership to highlight some of your favorite OHNY Weekend sites on select LinkNYC kiosks across all five boroughs! Curated by Open House New York, in partnership with LinkNYC, the Inside NYC campaign celebrates the extraordinary architecture of New York. As you explore the city this fall, be sure to check out Links for a rotating series of images culled from this year’s list of participating OHNY Weekend sites. Images are programmed to appear on Links within a short walking distance from their respective sites, offering passers-by a glimpse inside some of the city’s most interesting spaces in the neighborhoods where they live, work, and play.

If you’ve found your way to the Open House New York website after spotting an Inside NYC image, welcome! You can learn more about the 15th Anniversary Open House New York Weekend, on October 14 and 15, by clicking here. The full OHNY Weekend schedule will go live here at ohny.org on Wednesday, October 4.

Most of the sites featured in the Inside NYC campaign are “Open Access,” meaning they can be visited during OHNY Weekend without making Advance Reservations; some sites do require visitors to sign up in advance.

The Inside NYC campaign will kick off featuring fifteen selected sites around the city. More sites may be added in the coming weeks, and we’ll be updating this list as they come online. Keep your eyes peeled!

Inside NYC Featured Sites

Battery Weed
Rosebank, Staten Island

Brooklyn Glass
Gowanus, Brooklyn

The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
Morningside Heights, Manhattan

Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York
Upper East Side, Manhattan

The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen
Midtown, Manhattan

Gould Memorial Library
University Heights, The Bronx

ISSUE Project Room [Reservations Required]
Downtown Brooklyn

Kingsland Wildflowers Green Roof
Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Masonic Hall [Reservations Required]
Flatiron District, Manhattan

Mmuseumm
Civic Center/Chinatown, Manhattan

Museum at Eldridge Street
Lower East Side, Manhattan

The National Arts Club [Reservations Required]
Gramercy, Manhattan

The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass [Reservations Required]
Long Island City, Queens

Urban Post-Disaster Housing Prototype [Reservations Required]
Downtown Brooklyn

Van Alen Institute
Flatiron District, Manhattan

Photos: Issue Project Room by Joe Holmes, courtesy of ISSUE Project Room; Mmuseumm, courtesy of the site; Battery Weed by Jesse Vega / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 4.0.