It's here! Open House New York released its list of the sites that will be open for its 2017 festival (happening October 14 and 15), and predictably, it's a doozy. Many of the greatest hits from recent years are back, including the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, the New York Marble Cemetery, and Brooklyn Bridge Park. But there are also tons of sites that are new to the event this year, including the Liggett Hall gymnasium on Governor’s Island, open to the public for the first time ever, as well as the revamped NYPL Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and the Leslie-Lohman Museum.
So how do you decide what to see? Use our list below as a guide: We've picked 15 of the best OHNY sites to see this year, and since reservations-only tours are now closed, we’ve selected only sites that are Open Access—i.e., if you have an OHNY Passport, you’re in. Check out the full list of places to go on Open House New York's website.Read More