Government support is a vital part of Open House New York. Generous contributions from national, state and local agencies enable OHNY to educate broad audiences about the history, diversity, entrepreneurship, and unparalleled economic and cultural infrastructure of New York City as captured and expressed in its architecture.

For the past decade, OHNY has welcomed more than a million individuals of all ages from diverse social, economic and ethnic backgrounds to its year-round programs and its Annual Weekend.  

"The Annual OHNY Weekend is one of the most valuable activities this city can offer its residents and visitors." Barry Lewis, architectural historian

Open House New York gratefully acknowledges the following government officials and civic agencies for their support and ongoing commitment towards the Annual OHNY Weekend and OHNY’s year-round educational programming. 

National Endowment for the Arts
New York State Council on the Arts
Mayor Michael Bloomberg
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council
Office of Manhattan Borough President
New York City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn
New York City Council Member Daniel Garodnick
New York City Council Member Gale A. Brewer