Get a glimpse of NYC’s rarely seen spaces with Open House New York. The wide variety of sites that host the weekend event range from boardrooms to bedrooms, crypts to clubs, factories to firehouses, lighthouses to lookouts, monuments to mansions, skyscrapers to substations—enough to satisfy anyone’s inner snoop.For more information, visit ohny.org
Every year, hundreds of New York’s most fascinating architectural, technological, historical and cultural treasures open their doors to the public, affording a rare look into the City’s private spaces and behind-the-scenes recesses. In recent years, these have included the Grand Masonic Lodge in Chelsea, the vast Brooklyn Army Terminal, the majestic Kings Theatre, Eero Saarinen’s landmark TWA terminal at JFK, and insider tours of the High Line and Hudson Yards. Spots are limited for many sites, so stay tuned for announcements on the 2016 weekend.
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