The Eureka Springs Region is fortunate to be surrounded with many fun, inspirational and unique things to do. With one of the largest Big Cat refuges in the country, the world famous Thorncrown Chapel, water attractions on both Beaver Lake and Table Rock Lakes, caves, horseback riding, opera, music shows, Illusionists and spooky ghost tours there is plenty to keep you busy. Eureka Springs is home to the most attended outdoor dram in the country, The Great Passion Play as well as the many inspirational attractions that are on the site including the New Holy Land Tour, The Bible museum and an enormous collection of religious art in the Sacred Arts Museum. This magical town also has storytellers all who hone their craft on daily walking tours or the guided tram tour.
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Description: CLICK HERE to buy tickets online NOW !!The Great Passion Play is America's "#1 Attended Outdoor Drama" Since 1968, 7.6 million people have witnessed this magnificent drama. Over 200 actors and animals help bring the Greatest Story Ever Told to life in a way that you have never seen it before. You can sit in the seat [...] more details
Description: The “Crystal Bridges” of Bible Museums and Biblically inspired art in Northwest Arkansas, the Bible Museum and Sacred Arts Gallery are incredible collections. The Bible Museum is composed of over 6,000 Bibles in over 325 languages and dialects. Some of the rarest Bibles include an original 1st edition, 1st printing 1[...] more details
Description: Enjoy a new season of thrilling performances featuring the opera stars of tomorrow at Opera in the Ozarks' intimate air conditioned venue. Since 1950, Opera in the Ozarks has become an integral part of Eureka Springs History.
Description: Visit the Marketplace at The Great Passion Play which features the Parables of the Potter and David the Shepherd. Get a look at goods and artifacts that you might have purchased in Bible days.David the Shepherd gives a hands-on demonstration with his shepherd’s sling and shows how David overcame the Giant. You wouldn&rsquo[...] more details
Description: Eureka Springs offers several trolley routes to various locations around town. Most lodging establishments have front door service as do central locations in the downtown area. Park your car, get on a trolley and let THEM drive you to all the sights and attractions of Eureka Springs. Children 6 and under free.
Description: Located just 12 miles north of Eureka Springs, this 120-acre park offers views from your own vehicle and allows many of our animals to come right up for a chance to GET CLOSER than you ever have before.
Free-range bison, fallow deer, elk and more meander about the park and frequently have babies! In our breeding facility, you ca[...] more details
Description: These open-air tram tours are operated by the City of Eureka Springs and feature an experienced local guide. Park your car and let someone else do the driving to all the must-sees of Eureka Springs. Please note: 1/ Groups, please call 479-253-6852 for reservations 2/ These tours are offered seasonally starting around April 1.
Description: Treat yourself to a self-guided walking tour of the Crescent Hotel. This tour is FREE of charge, simply download the Walking Tour Guide.
Description: CLICK HERE to buy tickets online NOW !!Meet the "Stars" of Eureka Springs history. Hear Ripley's Believe it or Not stories, stand in the spot that Carry Nation gave her last speech, see where one of the Doolin-Dalton Gang was caught by US Marshalls and more. 45 minutes.
Description: CLICK HERE to buy tickets online NOW !!A one-hour, jam packed, keep 'em guessing, supernatural comedy-thriller. Not Really a Door begins with two women, each claiming that they are in their own house and the other is a ghost. Then things start to get complicated. 1-hr show. Recommended for ages 12 and over. Please cal[...] more details
Description: Huddle around the campfire to hear ghost stories of the Ozarks under the shadows of America's Most Haunted Hotel. Flickering Tales ends witha midnight tour of Baker's notorious Morgue in the hotel. 60 minutes Not recommended for very young children-perfect for teenagers!Thurs, Fri & Sat at 11pm. Me[...] more details
Description: Walking through a life-sized replica of the Eastern Gate in Jerusalem, you will feel as if you are journeying through the actual Holy Land. Self-guided tours begin each morning at 10 AM with presentations beginning at 3:16 PM to 7:00 PM. Do not miss experiencing Biblical life with cisterns, guard towers, and a full-scale replica[...] more details
Description: 1600 acres of Ozark Mountain countryside with an 85-acre spring-fed lake...all in a city park!! Hiking, picnicking, walking trails, camping, cabins (March thru November) and a small marina for boating, canoes and paddle boats. Pets welcome; playground; RV full hookup. The largest hand-laid, limestone dam in the nation impounds a[...] more details
Description: GO WILD FOR WILDLIFE! In the Ozark Mountains on 459 acres and home to a variety of exotic and native animals, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge (TCWR ) is one of the nation's most respected big cat sanctuaries. Accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries, this nonprofit, ethical animal tourism destination is [...] more details
Description: CLICK HERE to buy tickets online NOW !! Have you heard about the Michael & Theadora, the "Ghost in the Morgue", the "Girl in the Mist", or the Lady in the Victorian lingerie in room 3500? Take the Crescent Hotel Ghost Tour to hear all of these tales....in "America´s Most Haunted Hotel" !! These tours sells out qu[...] more details
Description: Buy tickets to the most popular attractions in Eureka Springs and get your tickets immediately. You'll find all the best festivals, walking tours, ghost tours, music events and much more, including family friendly entertainment.
Description: 12-mile cruise on Beaver Lake. Informative narrative of lake history and attractions, including Beaver Dam. View over 60 miles of scenic shoreline. Cruise around a 200 acre wildlife preserve and see the Ozark Bluff Dwellers burial ground. Daily departures May thru October at 11am, 1pm & 3pm (Closed Thursdays). A "must do" at[...] more details
Description: CLICK HERE to buy tickets online NOW !! The Behind the Scenes walking adventure offers visitors a unique 75 minute opportunity to enjoy stories of Eureka Springs' Wild West Period, its renewal as an artist community and to explore the mysteries of a underground city. Explore the Downtown in Eureka Springs in a new and[...] more details
Description: Standing as a symbol for freedom from tyranny, a 10-foot section of the Berlin Wall is displayed near Christ of the Ozarks on the grounds of The New Great Passion Play. Psalm 23 was etched into the stone by East Berliners while imprisoned under Communism and is still visible today. Open daily. Admission is free. 800-882-7529.&nb[...] more details
Description: A 2 hour Costa Rican Style Zipline Canopy Tour allows participants to experience a secluded outdoor tree based adventure from high in the Beautiful Ozark Mountain treetops. 10 zip lines, ranging from 200 to 2000 feet in length are suspended in tree platforms. Take in beautiful long-range views of the Ozark Mountains and explore [...] more details
Description: Just a short drive away in nearby Branson, MO, experience the Promised Land Zoo adventure where your animal encounter is up close, personal, and fun. While the Branson Music Shows keep your toes tapping and hands clapping, our unique animals put on a show of their own that will make your heart dance! With over 75 acres of drivin[...] more details
Description: A One Hour Adventure Awaits!An Immersive Live Action Story With Secret Messages, Hidden Passages, and All Fun That Puts You In The Story. Eureka Springs has a rich history. We have adapted the 1922 Eureka Springs Bank Heist into a story that anyone from 8 years old to over 80 years old can enjoy. You get a hands on experien[...] more details
Description: Join us for a value-priced 90-minute downtown stroll to explore Eureka's unique haunted history. Learn about some of the most actively haunted sites in and around Eureka Springs. The tour ends in our famous underground catacombs. Enjoy one of our awesome socially distanced and safe walking exploration tours. Family-friendl[...] more details
Description: Listed in Ripleys Believe it or Not. The only church you enter through the bell tower. Gift Shop hours are 10AM-4PM, 7 days a week from April thru October. Service schedule is as follows: (April - October) Saturday 5:00; Sunday 7:30AM; Sunday 9:00AM. Admission is free of course, but donations are gratefully accepted.
Description: Combine the thrill of the Basin Park Ghost Tour with the adventures of a Paranormal Investigation. Learn the stories of the colorful characters who stayed, worked, died and perhaps remain at the Basin Park Hotel THEN UNLIKE ANY OTHER GHOST TOUR, participate in a guided PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION to find the spirits all with exclus[...] more details
Description: CLICK HERE to buy tickets online NOW !! Travel Back to an age of Intrigue during the Victorian era and witness an evening of incredible and mysterious demonstrations performed by an Illusionist and a Medium in the beautiful Historic Downtown Auditorium. The evening will also feature special guests from the other side. If y[...] more details
Description: Stop by to Ride the Rails on our Excursion Trains, or have Lunch or Dinner on our Eurekan Dining Car. We have trips for Adults, and separate trips for children. The trips range from one to two hours in length. We have plenty for you to look at out in our Railway Yard and in the Baggage Room Gift Shop! You can lear[...] more details
Description: The Christ of the Ozarks statue overlooks the picturesque Victorian village of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. The inspiring image of the seven-story statue may be seen from the village's historic district in the valley below. The Statue is free to the public.
It is the largest Statue of Christ in North America and the 2nd large[...] more details
Description: See the colorful past of this unique town and the people who lived here. A fascinating collection of papers, photographs, mementos, official documents, home furnishings and other artifacts. Extensive research material and geneology. Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, Sunday 11:00 am to 4:00pm We are open from 11:00 a.m. t[...] more details
Description: Blocks and blocks of history, Victorian architecture, shops, art galleries, hotels, homes and cottages, and charming atmosphere. The entire downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in America.