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Crystal Bridges Virtual Reality

Crystal Bridges VIrtual Reality

Immerse yourself in the stories of American art and architecture at Crystal Bridges with unique virtual reality experiences. Crystal Bridges is developing a series of experiences so you can interact with the museum like never before.

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Crystal Bridges 360 Tour

CB 360 VR Tour

What does a day look like at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art? Take this 360 virtual tour of the museum and see for yourself! Starting at the museum’s entrance, wind through the galleries and grounds, soar over the rooftops, and discover what awaits you in every space.



State of the Art 2020

State of the Art 2020 VR

Did you miss State of the Art 2020 or want to relive it again? State of the Art 2020 VR is a virtual exploration of the exhibition in which users explore the artworks as they appeared in the Crystal Bridges and Momentary galleries. No matter where you are in the world, you can still experience State of the Art 2020.


Our Town

Kerry James Marshall Our Town

Step inside the neighborhood of Kerry James Marshall’s Our Town and experience the artwork like never before. This narrated CBVR video peels back the layers of the painting to highlight new details and symbolism of this iconic artwork.


Glass and Bottle

CB 360 VR Tour

In this narrated CBVR video, dive into the layers of Glass and Bottle by Suzy Frelinghuysen and explore the complexities of depth, perception, space, and more in this artistic style known as Geometric Abstraction.


Kindred Spirits

Asher B. Durand's Kindred Spirits

Journey into the Hudson River Valley landscape of Asher B. Durand's Kindred Spirits, get to know its subjects, and see new layers of the painting up close like never before in this narrated CBVR video.



Frank Lloyd Wright House


Take a virtual walk through the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Bachman-Wilson House like never before, including a visit to the second floor which is normally closed off to visitors.


Fly’s Eye Dome


Experience designer, inventor, and theorist R. Buckminster Fuller’s Fly’s Eye Dome, a 50-foot structure envisioned as a prototype for efficient, economical housing, and recently reconstructed on the museum’s grounds.


Digital Innovation and Virtual Experiences supported in part by: J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc.and PRISMA.