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Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art


Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art


The arboretum at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art sits on 120 acres of Ozark forest in Bentonville, Arkansas. The arboretum is defined by areas of native, managed forest, flowering and specimen trees, and display gardens. They are well-known for our joyful spring displays of dogwoods, redbuds, and magnolias. Their forest is a great place to see magnificent white and black oaks, many species of native hickories, beech trees, ashes, walnuts, and mature tulip trees. They are home to the Arkansas State Champion Pinus strobus (White Pine). The arboretum includes five miles of trails and 33 outdoor sculptures. It is open daily to the public, between sunrise and sunset. Admission is free.


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600 Museum Way, Bentonville, Arkansas 72712, United States,
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