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Guggenheim Pavilion

The Guggenheim Pavilion houses office space for Carey Institute staff and a variety of meeting rooms for guests.

The building, affectionately known as “The Gugg,” was built in 1971 by the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation. The Gugg is set against a dramatic backdrop of large trees and stone walls.  

The building’s meeting space is quite flexible – a feature our guests appreciate. The Master Seminar Room can be configured in a variety of seating arrangements for large gatherings. Break-out rooms facilitate small-group work. The auditorium/theatre is designed for performances, films and lecture-style presentations. Guests also have access to the facility’s fully equipped business center.