|Metal tree outside of Crystal Bridges|
I hadn't heard of it before since I haven't lived in the SW Missouri area for very long and have been spending so much time working and going to school. I looked at the website and decided to go exploring the museum, and I must say, the pictures on the website just doesn't do it justice. The architecture is absolutely stunning, the surroundings are some of the most beautiful in the area. I will be going back as often as I can to just take in the surroundings and walk the trails. I can quite honestly say that this is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been.
Unfortunately, my phone (which I was using as a camera) died early into our visit, so I didn't get nearly as many photos as I would have liked to.
|The main entrance is 4 stories up, providing a nice overlook of the entire museum.|
|My daughter was pretty impressed by this sculpture...|
|...it moved all around, never in the same position. I couldn't really tell if it was wind powered or electric powered.|
|Eleven, the museum's restaurant, has stunning arched ceilings and glass panel walls overlooking the water.|
|These mocha cupcakes were delicious!|
|This is the drop-in art studio. Sheridan made tissue paper flowers and also painted watercolor flowers.|
|One of the art photos I took before my battery died.|