Starting May 10, visitors to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will be able to walk through an enclosed glass-and-steel bridge connecting the fifth-floor galleries to a dramatic Rooftop Sculpture Garden. The new space adds 14,400 square feet to the museum, and will house rarely seen sculptures from the Museum's holdings, including works by such luminaries as Alexander Calder, Alberto Giacometti, and Louise Bourgeois.

Bree Sposato is an editorial assistant at Travel + Leisure.