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Downtown Eureka Springs Attractions

Eureka Springs offers an array of historic attractions and shopping for guests to explore.

Blue Springs Heritage

Come and discover the land of blue skies and waters. You will find amazing beauty and a cultural experience here.  This historic bluff shelter is now on the national Register of Historic Places.  See the many native gardens and amazing Blue Spring pouring 38 million gallons of clear water each day. Walk the trails the Cherokee people traveled during the Trail of Tears. 

(479) 253-9244
Eureka Springs Historical Downtown

There many interesting and unusual places that you cannot do Eureka Springs justice in one visit.  You’ll have come see it to believe it. Eureka will capture such a variety of your senses you’ll come back time after time and always find something new to see and do.  Locally owned shops line the streets of Eureka Springs where you can shop until you drop.  Local artists produce some of the most unusual art you’ll find anywhere.  From Scrimshaw to jewelry making and chainsaw carvings.  Check out the art galleries and take home a one-of-a-kind piece of Eureka Springs art and be reminded of a trip you’ll still be talking about for a long time. When you’re planning your trip keep in mind the 2nd Saturday event when participating galleries open their doors in the evening to meet the artist. 

(479) 253-7444
Eureka Springs Transit Trolley

On one of your first visits, use our Trolley to get a view and guided tour of so many areas of our city that you’ll want to come back and spend more time exploring on your own.  

(479) 253-9572
Haunted Eureka Springs

If your days activities leave you wanting more, how about a walking Ghost Tour while you learn the history of Eureka Springs from another point of view.  Make sure you don’t miss the underground tunnels known as the “Catacombs.” This will get your heart pounding and you can work up quite an appetite. 

(479) 310-5266
Quigley's Castle

This castle is the product of the vivid imagination of Mrs. Elise Quigley.  It was totally built by their own labor from lumber and rocks obtained on their farm for a total cost of only $2000.00.  This is one of those “you have to see it to believe it” places.  Come and see for yourself.                                                                                                        

(479) 253-8311
St. Elizabeth of Hungry Catholic Church

Come and see this unique architecture and surrounding grounds!  They are beautiful.  It is a fully functioning Catholic church where you can attend mass or get married.  While there, learn about the history of St. Elizabeth of Hungry herself, learn about the parish, their intentions or just meet the parish staff.

(479) 253-2222
Thorncrown Chapel

This is a beautiful chapel located in a beautifully wooded setting.  This chapel has over 6000 sq ft of glass.  If you need some peace and tranquility while learning about the history of the architecture, enjoy the beauty or attend Sunday morning Chapel Service, this is a must see. 

(479) 253-7401