Open House New York Weekend took place on October 17-18 opening the doors to hundreds of places, some of which are not usually open to the public.
One site which comes to mind that has allowed access for the past few years is the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport. It was open again this year for the last time before it is turned into a hotel. You can take a photo tour in my post, Step Back in Time: TWA Flight Center which we visited a couple of years back.
Kim, Lucas and I had a very busy day on the first day of OHNY, visiting a bunch of sites in Queens. On Sunday we made a quick stop at a quirky museum in Brooklyn which wasn’t charging admission due to OHNY. Continue reading Photo Tour: LaGuardia Airport’s Marine Air Terminal
This weekend hundreds of sites around NYC will be open to visit which are usually closed to the public.
Open House New York is now in its 13th year. Over the past few years Kim and I have visited historic homes, toured sections of the High Line before they were completed, go to see Murray’s cheese caves and visited the amazing TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport.
This year, while looking over the list of sites participating in OHNY, Kim and I came up with what I feel is a good plan. It should include visiting places which appeal to all of us, yes even Lucas and it (mostly) entails sticking to one borough. Continue reading Our Plans for Open House New York 2015
The 13th annual Open House New York weekend will take place on October 17-18, 2015.
OHNY is a great way to gain access to hundreds of sites around the five boroughs for free which might usually be closed or charge a fee to visit.
You can find out about Open House New York 2015 in a post that I wrote over the summer.
This year, Kim and I are planning to visit a bunch of sites but there is one that really stands out which happens to do with travel. Continue reading Visit LaGuardia Airport’s Marine Air Terminal During Open House New York