Are you looking for diverse and unique experiences? If you answered yes, then you need to visit these 5 amazing Eureka Springs attractions! Eureka Springs has a natural and cultural appeal to a wide variety of travelers. It also has some therapeutic properties that have attracted settlers and indigenous cultures making it an enjoyable tourist attraction for visitors of all ages. The small museums, Victorian buildings, parks, and other Eureka Springs attractions make it an excellent place to spend a few days this summer.
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The top 5 Eureka Springs attractions
In the picturesque countryside and downtown historic district, you’ll find plenty of wonderful Eureka Springs attractions worth visiting. The experiences range from a quiet stroll to the historical museum and heading underground to incredible caves, to exploring downtown Eureka Springs. No matter the Eureka Springs attractions you choose, you’ll surely have an entertaining time in this quaint Victorian town!
Here are our top 5 favorite Eureka Springs attractions. Which ones will you add to your itinerary this summer?
Thorncrown Chapel is a place of worship standing 48-foot tall with 425 windows. Its architectural amazement allows light inside the Chapel making it an amazing view. If you appreciate architecture, you should not miss a visit to the Thorncrown Chapel to behold its impressive design.
The downtown district of Eureka Springs is an attraction you should not miss. Eureka downtown is one of the unique attractions in the national register of historic places. You’ll be amazed by the mix of architecture including Queen Anne, Victorian, and Romanesque among others. Take a stroll along the sloping Main Street and stop by the art galleries, vintage hotels, and restaurants.
If you love nature, then you should make a stop at the Blue spring heritage center. It comprises beautiful gardens, large natural springs, and local history. The spring was a sacred place for local American Indian tribes. The garden beds are connected with a mile of trails making it easy to enjoy nature’s beauty.
Onyx cave park is a great place to take your kids to see the underground formations. The educational radio guide tour takes only 30 minutes and has easy access for people of all ages. It’s only 7 miles from northeast of downtown. The Onyx cave hosts Gem panning which entices adults and children.
5. The Birdcage
If you are an art lover, you’ll want to see the galleries Eureka Springs has to offer. One of the galleries you can visit is the birdcage. The gallery has works of over 40 local artists. You’ll enjoy seeing the paintings made of watercolor, acrylic, and oil. Eureka Springs Gallery Association gives an overview of galleries. There is also public art you can view like the Humpty Dumpty sculpture, crotched trees, murals, and rainbow stairway.
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The Arsenic and Old lace was voted the best bed and breakfast in Eureka Springs and for good reason. So what makes this bed and breakfast the best? It’s located near main attractions that make it easy for you to explore what Eureka Springs has to offer. The amazing scenery and romantic beauty make it a perfect weekend getaway. You’ll also enjoy a gourmet breakfast and stunning views of Arkansas hills, not to mention the finest accommodations in town.
What’s more, the bed and breakfast is located 2 blocks from restaurants, shops, and art galleries. The only thing you have to do while at our Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast is to relax and enjoy yourself. Book now to enjoy an amazing experience.