Heartstone Inn and Cottages Eureka Springs

35 Kingshighway, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 72632, United States
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Travel Tips for Eureka Springs

Old World Photography

by mrclay2000

As a type of modern outpost, Eureka Springs has several outlets where visitors can stop by and pose for a sepia-toned memento of their stay. Gangster and gunfighter themes are common, but the most popular costume for the ladies is a plunge-neck dress with special cups that will box your ears with your own cleavage. Respirators are on standby.

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by BruceDunning about Bavarian Inn

The place was nice and it tried real hard to be Bavarian with the motif theme. The food though was basically average, at best. It is in a motel location that promotes the food more than the rooms Goulash was $16, and Jager Schnitzel was $15, more than I anticipated. A European beer was $5-6 and that is too high to drink. NO US brands to take and have

Thorncrown Chapel

by shdw100

Here is the official description from the website below of this magnificent building:

You walk down a wooded trail, move around a curve and there stands a majestic glass chapel- so beautiful- so close to God. Welcome to Thorncrown Chapel.
Thorncrown was the dream of retired school teacher, Jim Reed. In 1978 Jim enlisted the help of renowned architect E. Fay Jones to design a place of worship for the visitors to Eureka Springs, Arkansas. The result was a forty-eight foot tall wooden structure with 425 windows.
Since the chapel opened in 1980, over four million people have visited this woodland sanctuary. It has won numerous architectural awards such as the American Institute of Architecture's Design of the Year Award for 1981 and the American Institute of Architecture's Design of the Decade Award for the 1980's. Recently, members of the American Institute of Architects placed Thorncrown Chapel fourth on its list of the top buildings of the twentieth century.

St. Elizabeth Church

by BruceDunning

This is one of the best little churches in the US. It is hidden on the hill be Crescent Hotel. Locals who are CAtholic know it because it is their worship place. Visits are a wonder to see all the ornate beauty and color. It started in 1909, and was in disrepair after around 1950's until revival. Richard Kerens, a wealthy person of railroad base built it to memorialize his mother. He died in 1916. The chandelier has 7511 crystal pieces and 102 chains holding it. Around 1960's the group got together and raised funds to bring back to its original condition. The stained glass windows are new, but replicate an era of the past. It was to be a bit a a take off of Sophia in Turkey, but a lot of Hungary influence is here due to the locals being of that origin. The whole building inside and out makes you feel humble and reverent.
Please give a respectable donation to keep it going

Ozark's Victorian Village

by Kiisu

"The City that Water Built"

"The town began as a health spa in an era of famous watering places across the country and evolved through myriad changes into the present modern recreational resort sought out by people coming from near and far." - except from the book, Eureka Springs: A Pictorial History." (this page in progress - I will be adding more as time permits)

Nowadays Eureka Springs is a quaint victorian village with lots of entertainment, art, natural beauty, southern hospitality and charm. In the northwest area of Arkansas, it's one of the best historical/vacation spots in this area of the United States. The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Eureka Springs a Distinctive Destination; a place of scenic and historic significance - see what they have to say at www.nationaltrust.org/main/ddd/eurekasprings.htm.


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