Open House New York (OHNY) recently announced this year’s line-up for Open House New York Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, October 15 to 16. This marks OHNY’s 14th weekend in New York, with over 275 sites across the five boroughs participating.
While the majority of the sites are open access and can be visited anytime during their specified times, reservations are needed for some of the more popular sites. Participants can sign up for tours, performances, and talks on the OHNY website starting October 6 at 11:00 a.m. The entire list of sites and programming can be viewed here.
A few interesting sites this year include:
The New York Wheel
Westbeth Artist Housing
DSNY Manhattan 1/2/5 Sanitation Garage and Salt Shed
The 1964 World’s Fair New York State Pavilion
The Historic Douglaston Manor and the Douglaston Club
Brooklyn Army Terminal in Brooklyn
Selldorf Architect’s Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility
St. Ann’s Warehouse
Manhattan Municipal Building Cupola
Kings County Distillery
Hallett Nature Sanctuary
Historic Ship Mary A. Whalen
This year, OHNY also partnered with ARTNOIR, a collective of self-described “culturalists” who work to expand the definition of artistic expression and subvert the traditional arts narrative. Throughout the weekend, ARTNOIR: City of Cultural Exchange will feature sites that explore the relationship between identity and place, such as the Black Lady Theater, Marjorie Elito’s Parlor Jazz, Louis Armstrong House Museum, and the Lewis H. Latimer House Museum.
Additionally, there are many walking and bicycle tours, exploring infrastructure, Brooklyn’s Cultural District, Central Park, Concrete Plant Park, Freshkills Park, Google’s offices, the New York Times building, Red Hook, and more. You can see the complete list here.