Address: 11 Spring Street Karma Kups Tea House serves a wide variety of globally sourced, organic/fair trade, artisanal teas (Iced, Hot, or Loose Leaf), locally roasted Mountain Bird Coffees, local Kyya chocolate & JRs Kombucha, and a menu of handcrafted specialty beverages.
Shops and Galleries
From Funky to Fashion-forward, and Artsy too
Although there are no big-box stores, malls or factory outlets within sight of Eureka Springs, there is plenty of shopping to be done. You’ll be enthralled by the array of unique and often quirky shops that line the historic district’s sloping streets, many located in the Victorian buildings that define the town’s architecture. Entire stores are dedicated to stuff like kites and kaleidoscopes, quilts, herbs, beads, hot sauce, olive oils, and even log furniture, along with a variety of fashion-forward boutiques, custom jewelry stores, and myriad gift shops. And don’t forget our plentiful art galleries. In a town of 2,000, some 300 residents are working artists. Acquiring a treasured piece of original art is not hard to do in Eureka Springs.
Address: 67 Spring Street Phone: 479-253-2626 Zarks, a contemporary fine craft and art gallery , represents over 125 local, regional, and national artists, and features shopping for the finest collection of American art glass in the Midwest. We carry American blown art glass, fine silver and gold jewelry, sculpture & two-dimensional works.
Where Health & Beauty Meet Discover Eureka’s most unique practice and store. Modern Naturopathy by Jim Fain, Ph.D. & exquisite home goods by designer Jim Preslan. Upper Spring Street next to the Post Office In Store, Mail Order or Online – Consultation by request. 99 Spring Street 479-253-5687 firstname.lastname@example.org Web Site Facebook
The Jewelry Show isn’t just jewelry anymore. We have the best quality trendy jewelry styles along with stainless steel, copper, and silver pieces. We carry several national brands such as Umgee clothing, Coton Colors ornaments & Happy Everything, Emerson Street, Pink Pewter, Headbands of Hope, and Rustic Cuff all at affordable prices. We want everyone […]
The largest spring in Northwest Arkansas, Blue Spring flows 38 million gallons of water every day. Bring the kids for a history lesson:The bluff shelter has been named on the National Register of Historic Places and was a stopover on the Trail of Tears. 33 acres of beautiful native gardens, plants, and blooms. Large gift […]