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Cool Arkansas murals and sculptures for taking the ultimate engagement and bridal portraits!
The Bernice Garden in Little Rock
Located at the southeast corner of Daisy Bates Avenue and South Main Street in downtown Little Rock, this unique, outdoor artful archway has hosted many events for Little Rock over the years. From weddings to holiday events, this beautiful wooden and metal garden is the perfect location for our artsy brides wanting to plan an outdoor wedding in the heart of Little Rock.
Crystal Bridges Sculpture-Filled Feature Trails
Explore Crystal Bridges' Art Trail, stretching a total of .5 miles through the museum. The Art Trail connects the museum's south entrance to the Trail, showcasing a variety of sculptures, native plants and waterways.
Bakery District in Fort Smith
The Fort Smith Bakery District is home to several local businesses and curates space for the community to come together. From Fort Smith Coffee Co. and pop-up vendors to live music and bookish events, you don't want to miss out on this unique venue!
Downtown Little Rock Murals
Discover downtown Little Rock Murals–such as the "Butterfly Mural" in the River Market by Youri Cansell, "Wonders and Signs" by Perrion Hurd located by the Mosaic Templars Culture Center, "Beneath the Surface" by Matt McLeod located on West 6th Street and Main Street and more.
Hot Springs Murals
From the "Promise of Peace" by Rayshaun McNary to "Verna's Dream" by Pepe Gaka, Hot Springs is home to some of the state's most famous murals.
Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden in Little Rock
Near downtown Little Rock's River Market, the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden showcases various outdoor rooms that are home to over 90 works of art.
Rainbow Mural Staircase in Eureka Springs
Home to one of the most famous Instagram-worthy photographed spots across the state, the quirky town of Eureka Springs is located nearly an hour north of Fayetteville. Referenced as the "Cash and Boardman Mural" due to being inspired by two high school students in 2015, Muralist Dough Myerscough designed the rainbow staircase and named it after the two young artists.
Explore the Conway mural scene that was inspired by Arkansas nature. You'll find murals depicting teal and bronze in honor of their location–Teal Ally.
LOVE Sculpture in Bentonville
Created by Robert Indiana, the Cor-Ten Steel sculpture depicts one simple word: LOVE. Located in Bentonville, Indiana originally designed the image as a Christmas card for the Museum of Modern Art in 1965 but created this version of the sculpture in 1999.
Murphy Arts District in El Dorado
Sculptures at The Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks
The not-for-profit garden is located on the east side of Lake Fayetteville in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Over the years, Arkansas Bride receives many submissions from gorgeous weddings that have taken place at The Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks. The 44-acre site is home to many art sculptures you don't want to miss!
The Beatles Murals and Street Art in Walnut Ridge
For our The Beatles-loving couples, explore 110 Abbey Road in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas and recreate the famous photograph of The Beatles walking across Abbey Road.