Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Eureka Springs Reviews
A resort community of Victorian style. May 11, 2008
After watching an episode of Ghost Hunters on television we decided to add Eureka Springs to our tour. The Crescent Hotel was featured and this historic building had been a Victorian era hotel, a girl’s school, and a cancer hospital and is once again a hotel. They hold tours of the facility to tell you about the hotel's history, resident ghosts, and stories of unusual occurrences.
Another stop just outside of town is the statue of Christ of the Ozarks, a tall modern rendition facing out over the valley beyond. To be able to really see him one must park and walk out around.
Quigley’s Castle is yet another sight to see and tour in town. A home built in the 1940s by locals who were very much into stones and gardens. In fact, there are live trees indoors. Tours can be taken. Nearly everything in Eureka Springs in Victorian and it is one of the "well worth the visits" places we visited on our tour.
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