It's here! Open House New York released its list of the sites that will be open for its 2016 festival (happened October 15 and 16), and predictably, it's a doozy. Many of the greatest hits from recent years are back, including the Jefferson Market Library, the Brooklyn Public Library's Central Branch, and the Brutalist buildings of the Bronx Community College. But there are also hundreds of sites that are new to the event this year, including a recently reopened section of Central Park, the revamped interiors of St. Patrick's Cathedral, and the site of the forthcoming New York Wheel.
So how do you decide what to see? Use our list below as a guide: We've picked 20 of the best new-to-OHNY sites to see this year, some of which require reservations. Check out the full list of places to go on Open House New York's website—and don't miss Curbed's special series of house tours presented in collaboration with OHNY.Read More