Shop a selection of home decor by American designers such as Simon Pearce and Michael Aram, and a unique jewelry collection featuring designs by Dian Malouf and other trend-setters. The Museum Store also offers fine-art prints of some of the most popular works in Crystal Bridges’ permanent collection, and original works by the region’s finest artists.
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MON & THU: 11AM-6PM
WED & FRI: 11AM-9PM
SAT & SUN: 10AM-6PM
Museum Store Blog
- A Conversation with Watercolorist Zeek Taylor - One the best parts of my job as Assistant Merchandising Manager of the Museum store is that I get to oversee our regional craft program. I enjoy interacting with the many artists that participate in our program. So I was definitely looking forward to sitting down with Eureka Springs watercolorist Zeek Taylor. Zeek is an... Read more »
- MORE Insider Tips from the Call Center for Crystal Bridges First-Timers - Just in time for the holidays: Jan Hagan, Crystal Bridges Call Center Guru, offers up more tips for those who are visiting Crystal Bridges for the first time. (See the first installation of Jan’s list here.) SEVEN – Plan to take in one of our free “drop in” tours. From gallery tours such as... Read more »
- A Museum Store Holiday Gift Guide - I love Museum Stores. They are one of my favorite places to shop for cool, unique gifts. And Crystal Bridges Museum Store goes above and beyond because of the many one-of-a-kind items it features that have been hand crafted by regional artists and artisans–in addition to the prints, books, jewelry, toys, and memorabilia on offer. This... Read more »
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.