Opening hours, The Chinese Pavilion

The Chinese Pavilion is closed for the season.

May 2022

  • 2022-05-01 Labour Day 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-02 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-03 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-04 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-05 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-06 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-07 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-08 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-09 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-10 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-11 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-12 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-13 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-14 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-15 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-16 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-17 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-18 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-19 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-20 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-21 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-22 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-23 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-24 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-25 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-26 the Ascension of Christ 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-27 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-28 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-29 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-30 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-05-31 Tuesday 11.00-17.00

June 2022

  • 2022-06-01 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-02 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-03 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-04 Whitsun Eve 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-05 Whit Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-06 Swedish national day 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-07 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-08 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-09 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-10 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-11 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-12 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-13 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-14 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-15 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-16 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-17 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-18 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-19 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-20 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-21 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-22 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-23 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-24 Midsummer Eve 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-25 Midsummer Day 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-26 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-27 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-28 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-29 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-06-30 Thursday 11.00-17.00

July 2022

  • 2022-07-01 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-02 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-03 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-04 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-05 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-06 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-07 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-08 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-09 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-10 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-11 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-12 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-13 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-14 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-15 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-16 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-17 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-18 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-19 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-20 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-21 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-22 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-23 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-24 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-25 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-26 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-27 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-28 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-29 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-30 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-07-31 Sunday 11.00-17.00

August 2022

  • 2022-08-01 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-02 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-03 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-04 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-05 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-06 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-07 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-08 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-09 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-10 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-11 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-12 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-13 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-14 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-15 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-16 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-17 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-18 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-19 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-20 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-21 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-22 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-23 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-24 Wednesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-25 Thursday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-26 Friday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-27 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-28 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-29 Monday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-30 Tuesday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-08-31 Wednesday 11.00-17.00

September 2022

  • 2022-09-03 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-09-04 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-09-10 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-09-11 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-09-17 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-09-18 Sunday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-09-24 Saturday 11.00-17.00
  • 2022-09-25 Sunday 11.00-17.00

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