URL: http://stelizabethar.org/ Saint Elizabeth's Church has become a landmark in Eureka Springs and is listed on the National Historic Register. The Church's unique unattached Bell Tower has welcomed thousands of visitors each year from all over the world. They come to admire the simplicity of the stone church which was constructed years ago and which still holds its charm and peacefulness in the fast paced world of today.
URL: https://thorncrown.com/ Phone: 479-253-7401 So, while in the Ozarks, stop by what many have called one of the most beautiful and inspiring chapels in the world. It will be a visit you will not soon forget.
Thorncrown Chapel is open the following hours:
April through November 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (On weekends and some weekdays the chapel occasionally closes at as early as 2:15 PM for special events. Please call ahead to make sure the chapel will be open if you plan to visit late in the day. We will be closed all day on Saturdays in November.)
March and December 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
We are closed January and February except for weddings and other special events.
Sunday services are held at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM April through October. November through the third week in December we have one Sunday service at 11:00 AM. Our services last approximately one hour and include inspiring music and biblically based preaching. All people are welcome.
URL: http://www.bluespringheritage.com/ Phone: 479-253-9244 Email: email@example.com Visit the historic bluff shelter, now on the National Register of Historic Places. Walk on ground that nurtured the Cherokee people during the Trail of Tears. Connect with the natural beauty of our many native gardens. See the power and wonder of Blue Spring, pouring 38 million gallons of cold, clear water each day into its trout-filled lagoon
URL: https://theaud.org/ Phone: 479) 253-7788 Email: https://theaud.org/contact-us/ The first performance in The Auditorium was John Phillip Sousa and his 67-piece band. That performance paved the way for Eureka Springs to present the “stars" of today. Some of the stars that have graced The Auditorium's stage include Willie Nelson, Bill Cosby, Bo Diddly, Buddy Guy, Merle Haggard, Jefferson Starship, John Hammond, John Mayall, Koko Taylor, Levon Helm, Ray Charles, Dwight Yoakam, Ani DiFranco and Arlo Guthrie – to name just a few.
URL: https://www.intriguetheater.com/ Phone: 479-244-7028 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org When in Eureka Springs, travel back to the Victorian age and experience an evening of Mystery & Intrigue performed by an Illusionist & a Medium. Featuring special guests from the other side! See the Video Online at www.intriguetheater.com.
URL: http://opera.org/ Phone: (479) 253-8595 What began in 1950 as a summer music camp, has evolved into a mecca where university students and graduates in Voice, Instrumental Music, and related arts come to prepare for professional careers, a place where opportunity, music, artist and audience meld with the beauty and splendor of the Ozark Mountains. Beginning in 1993, our strong focus on opera led to our Company name, OPERA IN THE OZARKS at INSPIRATION POINT.
URL: http://www.greatpassionplay.org/ Phone: 479-253-9200 The Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is "America's #1 Attended Outdoor Drama" according to the Institute of Outdoor Theatre and Drama of East Carolina University at Greenville. Eureka Springs is just the place to relive The Greatest Story Ever Told! The Play at 8:30pm (7:30pm after Labor Day) is not the only thing to see and do though. The Christ of the Ozarks, the Holy Land Tour, Moses Tabernacle in the Wilderness, a section of the Berlin Wall, the Church in the Grove, the Bible Museum, the History Museum, and the Sacred Arts Museum, God with Us Movie, Noah's Ark Park Petting Zoo, Hiking Trails, and Mountain Bike Trails are also on the grounds and are open ALL YEAR LONG!
Staged in an outdoor amphitheater, the multi-level set, special lighting and sound effects, live animals, and a cast of 150 Biblically costumed actors come together to create the thrilling epic drama of Jesus Christ's last days on earth. This Christian attraction has been performed since 1968 in the beautiful Ozark Mountains in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. There are many places to stay in Eureka Springs and fun things to do! See the Easter story come to life from the first weekend in May through the last weekend in October. This experience is just the one for you, your family, group, or church!
URL: http://www.theozarkmountainhoedown.com/ Phone: 479-253-7725 Email: email@example.com The Ozark Mountain Hoe-down Music Theater: Join us Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights for Top Quality Blues, Country, Bluegrass, and Gospel performances through October. Enjoy every show in the intimate setting of Eureka's oldest theater featuring plush chairs, climate control, and concessions. Shows start at 7:30pm, doors open at 6:30pm, and the box office opens at 5:30pm.
URL: http://eurekaspringsdowntown.com/ Victorian homes, historic hotels, spas, springs, outdoor fun, world-class restaurants, stunning architecture, unforgettable BnB's, unique wedding locales, over 100 locally owned shops. Top 10 Small Market Arts Destination (AmericanStyle.) One of America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations (National Trust for Historic Preservation.); On National Register of Historic Places
URL: http://www.keelscreek.com/ Phone: 479-253-9463 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org he taste room and retail wine sales are located in the Spanish-style building that is shared with Keels Creek Art Gallery. Located at 3185 E Van Buren (US 62). The spacious Gallery allows an open feel for Art viewers and wine lovers. You can relax with a glass of wine by the two massive stone fireplaces.
URL: https://www.eurekaspringstramtours.com/ See and learn about Eureka Springs up close and personal as you ride slowly and quietly through the beautiful and charming historic district of Eureka Springs, Arkansas on one of the city owned, open-air trams. The tours are 90 minutes long and every moment is filled with visually stimulating scenery as well as informative & entertaining history & information. Tram Tours depart from the Transit Center at 1:00 PM & 3:00 PM daily, May-October
URL: crescenthotel.com Phone: 479-253-9766 At America's Most Haunted Hotel, legend has it there's many guests who checked out but have never left. Spirits from various places and various eras make up the “guest register" of those “guests." Visitors are pampered here at Arkansas' finest Mountaintop Spa Resort, but the thrill is in the unknown. Tours run nightly starting at 8pm.
URL: https://www.downtownundergroundeurekasprings.com/ Downtown Eureka Springs comes alive on the Downtown-N-Underground tour. This backstage pass allows you to see spots downtown that you have only wondered about. Our historical characters come to life and secrets come out throughout the tour.
URL: https://www.plzoo.com/ Phone: 417-271-3324 Promised Land Zoo adventure where your animal encounter is up close, personal, and fun. Our unique animals put on a show of their own that will make your heart dance! With over 75 acres of driving and walking trails showcasing our furry and feathered friends in a natural setting
URL: https://www.turpentinecreek.org/ Phone: 479-253-5841 Email: email@example.com Lions, and tigers, and bears (oh my!), are in the main compound area where visitors are as close as five feet away from these magnificent creatures. Picnic tables, benches, and small playground areas are in full view of the animals, making Turpentine Creek a fun adventure for everyone.
URL: https://www.esnarailway.com/ Phone: 479-253-9623 Step back in time to an earlier age of locomotive transportation and enjoy the Excursion Train or Dining Car. See our 1940-era diesel locomotive in operation or view our stationary steam locomotive exhibits. Watch our authentic turntable operate as it turns the engine around and discover how a locomotive can also be turned at our end-of-the-line wye. Or dine in luxury as you ride the rails... Enjoy the elegant flavor of the 1920's aboard the Eurekan Dining Car. You dine on specially prepared cuisine as the clickety-clack takes you back. Shop in the Baggage Room Gift Shop for railroad related gifts.
URL: http://www.bluespringheritage.com/gardens_intro.shtml Phone: 479-253-9244 There are over a mile of trails winding through the Blue Spring Heritage Center, filled with colors, textures and the surprise of blooms in every season. The new gardens demonstrate crops, plants, flowers and healing herbs at home in the Ozarks.
URL: http://quigleyscastle.com/ Phone: 479-253-8311 Quigley`s Castle is the dream home of Elise Quigley (1910-1984). Her grandchildren invite visitors to wander through her perennial garden of over 400 varieties of flowers.
The Garden paths wind around secluded benches, a lily pond and bird baths up to her home which she beautifully covered with stones she`d collected since childhood.
See how she found a way to sleep in tree tops full of bloom. Tropical plants grow in the natural soil of the first floor and brush the ceiling of the second floor. She has a butterfly, fossil, crystal, arrowhead and glassware collection beyond imagination.
Quigley`s Castle is located 4 miles south of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. One can visit March through November.
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