Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art welcomes all to celebrate the American spirit in a setting that unites the power of art with the beauty of nature. Admission to the Museum is sponsored by Walmart.
Wondeful museum with rotating exhibits. The trails are also beautiful!
This place is fantastic. The wall full of Hudson River School paintings is a highlight, and the photo-realistic paintings and sculpture are amazing.
The Crystal Bridges Museum always impresses my family with the featured artwork and with the inspirational architecture of the museum. I am always delighted by the tasteful artwork on display.
Wide ranging museum of art, and free!
Beautiful architecture, wonderful exhibits.
Solid collection, but the gallery buildings are the real stars.
The art is awesome and tells the story of American history, it also shows the politics and economics of the U.S.
Wonderful exhibits and excellent facility.
You have to visit this place with plenty of time in different seasons. It is amazing.
Take the architectural guided tour.
Unbelievsble that we have this in Arkansas and it's free! Felt like I was in a different place. The art is ridiculously fun!
Admission is free, so treat yourself to the chicken and waffles at Eleven. De. Licious!
Eleven, the art, the area
Not only is the museum great so is the food at the restaurant
Do the walking sculpture garden. The bridge is a fun place to go "off road" with kids
Don't forget a nice camera! This place is perfect for family and special occasion photos!
One of the best collections of American Art in the world. Beautiful museum. Beware of directions from car navigators!
The winter landscape is interesting.
Shrimp & Grits at the restaurant = amazing
If you love museums, art, beautiful landscapes, and awesome architecture this is the place for you. Enjoy the trails around the museum.
Lots of geocaching spots nearby. Download a geocaching app and get started.
Today is Walker Landing Arts from 1 - 3 pm! Free, family friendly fun with art making outdoors, and the sounds of the Bentonvillle High School Jazz Band.
This place is just stunning!
Be sure to check the "Bucky Ball"
I love all the trails around the museum! I walk them early morning on Saturday and Sunday's pretty early by myself and always feel safe and get a great workout! Bikers can be a little crazy though!!
A Must see in northwest Arkansas. Be sure to walk the trails.
If your not into art they have excellent walking, biking, and hiking trails.
The collection is parallel to that of the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art but, the experience through the architecture is amazing.
Try to check out the Norman Rockwell exhibition, it's really enjoyable to view.
We have extended hours for the Norman Rockwell exhibition on Saturdays thru May! Details here: http://www.crystalbridges.org/Exhibitions/rockwell
Take time to enjoy museum and the outside trails. One of the greatest masterpieces is mother natures handiwork!
Plan on seeing Timeless treasures. At a distance of no less than 18 inches.
A beautiful museum inside and out. The selection of American art ranges from colonial to pop art. If you're an outdoors type, on warm days the trails are wonderful. There's artwork outside as well.
If you plan on downloading the CBMuseum app to follow along as you go, make sure you download the sections of info within the app beforehand while your phone still has reception! You lose it inside!
We're closed on Tuesdays, but open every other day of the week. Today, lots of maintenance here, getting ready for holiday visitors.
It's Wednesday, which means Crystal Bridges is open for dinner tonight too! http://www.crystalbridges.org/Eleven
Free wifi and it feels like Europe.
I don't know why people are saying don't trust Google to get them here...got me here fine. Actually, the way Google took followed the city signs directing me.
Hit all the overlooks, fabulous panoramas!
Have fun getting lost ..,..but certainly worth the trip
Be sure to download the Crystal Bridges app to enhance your experience.
Beautiful! but giftshop closed due to a fire today
They watch your every move here. It borders on creepy.
The building itself and the surroundings are worth the look.
Just park in the first parking lot... Unless you need to drop someone off otherwise you spend time waiting to get back up to the other parking section