Outdoors and Indoors, Traditional to Eccentric

Eureka Springs is an extraordinary destination with extraordinary attractions, both within the downtown historic district and in the picturesque surrounding countryside. Experiences range from a quietly absorbing stroll through the town’s Historical Museum to venturing underground for tours of our incredible caves and caverns. Don’t miss the wildlife refuge, with its large population of big exotic cats living in a natural habitat. There are ghost tours, ziplines, even a seven-story statue of Jesus, arms spread, overlooking downtown. Regardless of which Eureka Springs attractions you choose, you’ll be entertained, educated and utterly charmed.

Moped Rental

Black Jack Adventures

Rent scooters (also known as mopeds) for exploring Eureka Springs; rent canoes and kayaks for use on the King’s and White Rivers. River outfitter services are also available through us. Call ahead for reservations.   ADDRESS 2 Judah Street PHONE 479-253-6999 WEBSITE Facebook Page  

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Flickering Talles

Flickering Tales

Address: 75 Prospect     Phone: 479-253-9766 FLICKERING TALES – genuine Ozark stories of witches, monsters, spook lights and ghosts, delivered by trained storytellers around the fire at our outdoor theatre. Concludes with a trip to the notorious “Morgue” at midnight. If you are from the Ozarks, you may have heard some of these stories […]

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Opera in the Ozarks Eureka Springs

Opera in the Ozarks

Summer performances of three operas follow a month of study and practice by university students and graduates in Voice, Instrumental Music, and related arts. Season schedule and tickets available at our website. ADDRESS 16311 US 62 W  PHONE (479) 253-8595 Website

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Pea Ridge National Military Park Near Eureka Springs, AR

Pea Ridge National Military Park

A 430-acre Civil War battlefield that preserves the site of the March 1862 battle that saved Missouri for the Union. Living history for adults and kids. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day. ADDRESS 15930 E Highway 62 Garfield, AR 72732  PHONE (479) 451-8122 Website

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Quigley Castle

Quigley’s Castle

Ozarks Strangest Dwelling– 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. Open March through November. Share it with the kids. ADDRESS Hwy. 23 S.  PHONE (479) 253-8311  WEBSITE

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Razorback Gift Shop

Razorback Gift Shop and Tower

Address: 579 West Van Buren     Phone: 479-253-8294 A Eureka Springs tradition for over 40 years. Vast array of inventory including jewelry, home and garden decor and colored glass. Take a trip up the observation tower for a panoramic view of the Ozark Mountains. Website

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Experience Anna

From May through October you can EXPERIENCE ANNA, an interactive theater performance. The performances will take place @ 2 Pine Street above BREWS in the Melonlight Ballroom from May through October. For tickets and more info visit or call 720-278-5672.

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Crescent Hotel

Crescent Hotel Ghost Tours

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 […]

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Ozark Natural Science

Ozark Natural Science Center

The Ozark Natural Science Center’s mission is to enhance the understanding, appreciation, and stewardship of the Ozark natural environment. The Center focuses on school-based programming that offers hands-on, experiential field science opportunities to more than 3,000 students annually. ONSC’s campus includes three lodges, an education building, guest housing, outdoor classroom, observation deck, pavilion, dining hall, […]

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