The Vineyards are located 3 miles south of Eureka Springs and land on 8 beautiful acres that now produce 8 different varietals. Their intent is to stay as a boutique winery focusing on local grapes harvested from their vineyard and other local vineyards. The tasting room and retail location is on Hwy 23 in Eureka Springs. You can visit their website or Facebook page for more info.
You will love the brand new show at the Ozark Mountain Hoe Down Theater. You will laugh til you hurt at the hilarious comedy, and you will want to get up and dance to the awesome music and singing. Don't miss this show! It is a must see in Eureka Springs!
This magnificent wooden structure contains 425 windows and over 6,000 square feet of glass. It sits atop over 100 tons of native stone and colored flagstone, making it blend perfectly with its setting. The chapel's simple design and majestic beauty combine to make it what critics have called "one of the finest religious spaces of modern times."
Eureka Springs Tram Tours do it again for 2017!
We are a family owned and operated business and are here at the convenience of every one of our customers. We are a full service marina where our entire crew is very helpful and friendly.
It's time to bring a little nostalgia back into your lives, along with a lot of convenience: Ride a Trolley. It's easy...it's inexpensive...reservations are not necessary...and you can catch a trolley at any one of the 115 stops located in town.
The Bible Museum at The Great Passion Play is made up of more than 6,000 Bibles
in 625 languages as well as 3,000 artifacts.
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. Portraying the resurrection and ascension as well. Special effects as well as the natural beauty of the amphitheater makes this a must see performance.
Christ of the Ozarks statue is a monumental sculpture of Jesus located near Eureka Springs, Arkansas, atop Magnetic Mountain. It was erected in 1966 as a "Sacred Project" by Gerald L. K. Smith and stands 65.5 feet high.
With pieces dating back to the ninth century, the Sacred Arts Center features a diverse mix of artistic mediums potraying Christ and the Christian life.
On this approximately 3-hour interactive Biblical teaching tour, you will explore the ancient Middle-Eastern culture in which Jesus was raised and will meet characters from the time of Moses to the time of Christ.
The Eureka Springs Historical Museum is a non-profit institution whose primary purpose is the collecting, preserving, documenting and exhibiting physical objects; and educating scholars, students and the general public original evidence of the cultural history of Eureka Springs and the surrounding area from its founding to the present day.