Visit Crystal Bridges’ Museum Store and shop our unique mix of high-design home décor, hand-crafted jewelry, and elegant accessories created by top international designers as well as regional and global craftsmen. Choose from a selection of fine-art prints of some of the Museum’s most popular works, and specialty items created exclusively for us, inspired by the art, architecture, and nature of Crystal Bridges.

All purchases in the Museum Store benefit the educational programs of Crystal Bridges. Make our Museum Store an integral part of your Museum experience—drop in soon and see what we have for you!

Contact us: 479-657-2310

Store Hours

MON: 10:30AM-6PM
WED – FRI: 10:30AM-9PM


Museum Store Blog

  • SeaformsBook_IMG0045 Chihuly Editions: Q&A with the artists - Glass artist Dale Chihuly is known around the world for the colorful and graceful organic forms of his blown-glass sculptures and installations.  What you may not know, however, is that Chihuly also collaborates with Chihuly Workshop creating Studio Editions that are inspired by the artist’s original works. Four Studio Editions are created and offered each year. Crystal Bridges’... Read more »
  • BOOKS, BOOKS, AND MORE BOOKS! - Mark Your Calendars! Crystal Bridges’ Library Book Sale Member Pre-Sale:  Thursday, June 11, noon to 6 p.m. General Public Sale:  Friday, June 12, noon to  6 p.m., and Saturday, June 13, noon to 3 p.m. The staff in Crystal Bridges’ Library have been working toward our June, 2015, book sale for the past four years! First, nearly 50,000 items... Read more »
  • exhibition soap sml Soap Artist at Work - Soap as Art?? Who would’ve thought?  Not me.  That is until I met Jane Wheeler of Peighton’s Place Handmade Soap.  Jane has been making soap since 1998.  Using a cold process, she transforms all-natural ingredients like coconut oil, shea butter, goat’s milk, herbs, oxides, and clays into bars of soap that almost look too beautiful... Read more »

Museum Store Architecture

Architect Marlon Blackwell designed the Museum Store at Crystal Bridges to be an organic complement to the Museum’s natural setting and distinctive architecture. Under a living green roof, the interior ceiling and walls are lined with undulating cherrywood ribs that mimic the fluting on the underside of a mushroom. Blackwell practices architecture in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and serves as distinguished professor and department head in the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas.