Crystal Bridges is about more than just art. Sitting on 120 acres with 3.5 miles of trails and sculptures installed throughout the grounds, visitors can enjoy the entire campus inside and out. Trails are open dawn to dusk, and summer evenings are a great time to view two of the museum's light sculptures-buckyball, near the museum's entryway, with led lighting that glows every evening, and James Turrell's "The Way of Color", which has a light show at sunset.
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