June 19 - September 4, 2009

Midsummer's Eve, the longest day of the year, marked the opening of the Museum's Summer Pavilion. It is situated in the heart of the Museum's beloved Sculpture Garden. Apart from serving traditional afternoon tea, the Pavilion will host various public events such as art and dance workshops for kids, open air concerts, debates, art talks and social events.

For a weekly schedule:

The Summer Pavilion 2009 is designed by Torbjörn Gudmundsson. It is part of the Museum's ongoing mission to promote innovative architecture and design.