TWA Flight Center. Credit: Renee Schacht
Now in its tenth year, OpenHouseNewYork will open the doors throughout the five boroughs this Saturday and Sunday, allowing people to visit hundreds of NYC's architecturally and culturally significant spaces and places, many not usually open to the public. From the TWA Flight Center at JFK in Queens to Edward Hopper's Washington Square studio in Manhattan to the Kings County Distillery in Brooklyn, the weekend will allow visitors to experience the city both old and new. For more information, visit ohny.org or follow @ohny on twitter.