Enjoy our featured exhibitions in September, as well as our year-round offerings.

Listening Forest

by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

An interactive world of light, sound, and wonder…

Become a giant of light towering over the trees. Plant a heartbeat in a field of 3,000 lightbulbs. Wade through a moving river of poetry, and more as you venture through this outdoor, nighttime experience.

The forest is listening—are you ready to be heard?

Ticket prices vary by day and membership. Walk-up tickets available at the entry. Evening hours only.

Architecture at Home

Architecture at Home, Crystal Bridges’ outdoor architecture exhibition, brings together five prototypes for homes to spark a dialogue about contemporary housing. Through research, interviews, and innovative thinking, five architecture firms based across the Americas designed and fabricated 500 square-foot prototypes for a contemporary house to be displayed in the exhibition. Overall, this exhibition helps us better understand how architecture affects our lives, determine what makes a house a home, and celebrate the artistry in building and shelter.

Free, no tickets required.

Nari Ward, We the People (black version), 2015, 96 in. × 27 ft. (243.8 × 823 cm), shoelaces, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

Collection Galleries

Crystal Bridges’ art collection offers a superb overview of American art. The galleries include American masterworks and surprising lesser-known gems from the colonial era to today.

Free, no tickets required.

Frank Lloyd Wright House

In 2013, Crystal Bridges acquired a classic “Usonian” house designed by celebrated American architect Frank Lloyd Wright and constructed in 1954. Known as the Bachman-Wilson House, the structure was dismantled at its original site in Somerset County, New Jersey, and reconstructed on the museum grounds overlooking Crystal Spring.

Free tickets available at lobby desk.

Trails & Grounds

The trails and grounds of Crystal Bridges are a must-see part of the museum experience. More than five miles of trails wind through the museum’s 120-acre site, providing guests with access to the beautiful Ozark landscape. Designed to spark the imagination, the trails help guests form connections to the land and its history, as well as enjoy outdoor artworks.

Open from sunrise to sunset daily.