Blue Spring Heritage Center  
Beautiful and clear Blue
Spring is a major Native
American heritage site.
Thorncrown Chapel
An architectural treasure,
Thorncrown combines wood,
glass and natural beauty.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas - Points of Interest & Historic Sites
ExploreSouthernHistory.com - Eureka Springs, Arkansas
ExploreSouthernHistory.com - Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Eureka Springs, Arkansas
The historic Victorian city of Eureka Springs is one
of the top destinations in the South.
Victorian Charm in the Ozarks
One of America's most scenic and charming
communities, Eureka Springs is nestled in
the beautiful Ozarks of
Arkansas.

Founded during the late 1800s as a major
resort area, the town boasts a wide array of
historic inns, hotels and spas centered
around a stunning downtown historic district.
Home to an active cultural scene, Eureka
Springs is one of America's most artistic and
cosmopolitan small towns. Its display of
Victorian architecture is second to none.

In addition to its historic significance and
charm, Eureka Springs is also the "Wedding
Capital of America." The city hosts more
weddings per capita than any other place in
the country. In fact, more people get married
each year in Eureka Springs than actually live
in the city!
Please click here for more
information on wedding chapels, ministers,
florists, photographers and details on
obtaining a marriage license in Eureka
Springs. The link also provides access to a
variety of other information about getting
married in Eureka Springs.

Eureka Springs is also gaining considerable
notoriety as one of the "most haunted" cities
in America. Featured in television programs
and books, the community is the center for
numerous ghost stories. Ghost tours are
available and you can even stay at "America's
Most Haunted Hotel," the historic
Crescent
Hotel.

To learn more about the historic sites and
natural wonders of Eureka Springs, please
follow the links at right.

If you have questions that we can answer,
feel free to email us by clicking the "Contact
Us" link at the top of this page and we'll do
our best to get answers for you.
War Eagle Mill
Located in the countryside
near Eureka Springs, War
Eagle Mill hosts a popular
yearly craft fair.
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