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Suggested Itineraries

Looking for ideas on how to best enjoy your stay in Eureka Springs? Browse our suggested itineraries below!

  • Holy Land Tour. If you have a little more time, the Holy Land Tour is fun and educational.
  • Gift Shop/ Bible Museum. There is a pretty good gift shop on site, as well as a fantastic Bible Museum. Thousands of Bibles and tons of super cool history. One of the understated highlights of Eureka Springs.


  • Crystal Bridges/ Momentary: The Walmart fortune has been well spent here with a truly world-class art museum and 21st century performance space. Enjoy masterworks from Norman Rockwell, Andy Warhol and Georgia O’Keefe to barely scratch the surface. The Momentary regularly hosts pop-up art exhibits and is just a short trail walk away.


  • Walmart Museum. The main Square on Bentonville is a throwback to times gone by with a 50s feel. The town square is home to several art boutiques and quaint retail stores and restaurants. A visit to the Walmart museum (site of the first Walmart) is surprisingly fun.

Christ of the Ozarks & Local Favorites

  • Ice Cream Delights- Burgers, Ice Cream, fantastic sandwiches. Great place for lunch or a snack.
  • Magnetic Spring (About 200 yards up magnetic street). By far the nicest spring in all of Eureka Springs. Also a nice place for a short hike.
  • Christ of the Ozarks- Spectacular views from atop a hill. Very nice place to take a stroll. Dog and kid-friendly. An inspiration and fitting religious symbol.
  • Daisy Museum. If you have ever owned a Daisy BB Gun or seen “A Christmas Story” then you need to visit the Daisy Museum. From the very oldest BB Guns to modern and futuristic versions, the Daisy story is told in style. A lovely piece of American History.


  • On the way to/back visit Pea Ridge battlefield, where one of the most important battles of the civil war was fought. There is a useful interactive tour offered to make it easy to understand and enjoy this well preserved battlefield.


  • Martin Greers Chocolates lies about halfway between Bentonville and Eureka Springs. These are the chocolates that we provide in the rooms, and are some of the best in the world.

Hobbs State Park/ War Eagle Cavern/ Turpentive Park

  • Hobbs park is located about 30 mins away. It is the largest of Arkansas state parks, with more than 12K acres. The park features more than 54 miles of trails to fit any level of fitness and time, as well as mountain biking. Some trails are ADA accessible too. The visitor center is full of useful and well presented info.


  • Nearby to Hobbs is War Eagle Cavern. By far the nicest and most interesting cave nearby, it’s easy walking along the edges of an underground stream that flows through the cavern. Your guide will explain the various formations, and you may see bats and salamanders. There are several lovely trails outside as well. The whole place is stroller and pet friendly. They also offer ghost tours and spelunking. Make sure you are in good condition for that.


  • En route is Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. A true sanctuary where you can find dozens of Tigers and related animals. They have rescued many cats from bad situations, and the guided tour is well run and entertaining.

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