Crystal Bridges illuminates America's artistic heritage through an ever-expanding permanent collection of American art and temporary exhibitions.
The collection includes American masterworks as well as lesser-known pieces from the Colonial era to contemporary work, in many different media. Sculpture is displayed in the interior galleries as well as along the outdoor trails.
Chrystal Bridges is known for its architectural interest. The museum itself is housed in a distinctive structure, designed by architect Moshe Safdie; and the Frank Lloyd Wright Bachman-Wilson House is now located on the campus and open to visitors (advance reservations required). The 120 acre campus of native Ozark forest and three miles of nature trails are also notable.
Features 61 artists working in communities around the country