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HealthWorks Massage & Spa - Eureka's best kept secret in spas. Offering a wide variety of massage and health services catering to our varied clients' needs. It's more than just therapeutic massage and body work, they strive for the entire relaxing nurturing experience. Soothing music, aroma therapy, and negative ion generators in each room all enhance the goal of restoring peace and balance in mind, body and spirit. 479.253.7977
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art - Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art welcomes all to celebrate the American spirit in a setting that unites the power of art with the beauty of landscape. We explore the unfolding story of America by actively collecting, exhibiting, interpreting, and preserving outstanding works that illuminate our heritage and artistic possibilities. 479-418-5700
Hiking the Ozarks - For the outdoor explorer, there are so many possibilities. Just walking around Eureka Springs is a hike in itself. Or be more adventorous and hike around the surround areas of the Ozarks. An easy drive from Chantilly Lace Inn. Here are some additional links as well: Planyourvisit/hiking-in-the-ozarks.htm, Hike Arkansas, my favorite to walk, Lake Leatherwood.
Unknown Films and Fotos - A premier international media company ready to capture the changes in your life. Weddings, family reunions, births. Award winning videographer and photographer ready to capture your moment. 479.363.1010
Eureka Springs - This is the official City Advertising and Promotion site. They have the scoop about coming attractions and events. Information about lodging, restaurants, shopping, and attractions can be easily found here.
State of Arkansas - Information about group tours that focus on live performances, scenic drives, and other attractions in the state. Arkansas has exciting, educational, value-driven attractions and destinations that will keep you coming back for more. With true southern hospitality, unbeatable scenic beauty and first class service at rates you won't believe, your Arkansas vacation is long overdue.
Eureka Springs Railway - Step back in time to an earlier age of locomotive transportation and enjoy the Excursion Train or the Dining Car. See the 1940-era diesel locomotive in operation or view the stationary steam locomotive exhibits. Watch the authentic turntable operate to turn the engines around and discover how a locomotive can also be turned on our end-of-the-line "wye." Or dine in luxury as you ride the rails. Enjoy the elegant flavor of the 1920's aboard the Eurekan Dining Car. You dine on perfectly prepared cuisine as the clickety-clack takes you back.
Eureka Garden - A 33 acre botanical garden and historical site awaits your discovery. You will find a beautiful spring area revered by Native Americans for centuries evidence suggests back to 1700 B.C. The deep blue spring is awe inspiring. Bring your camera!
Branson Chamber - Stay in Eureka, Play in Branson. Branson, Missouri is a short, scenic, just under one-hour drive to shows, celebrities, shopping and dining. We've seen Jim Stafford's show and Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede and had great fun! Three outlet malls will keep you shopping all day. Drop by Big Cedar Lodge or Chateau on The Lake; great views!
Belle of the Ozarks - Welcome aboard! Relax on a 1 hour & 15 min Beaver Lake Cruise. See the spectacular panorama of Beaver Lake's shoreline, a pristine island wildlife sanctuary, and learn about numerous historical and natural points of interest on the Belle of the Ozarks. See an ancient Indian burial ground, the submerged homestead and cruise around a 200 acre game preserve island where occasionally deer are seen swimming the lake. Whitney Mountain, Whitehouse Bluffs, and Beaver Dam are favorite locations to photograph.
Eureka Springs West - Great site that explores all the things to see and do around the Beaver Lake area west of Eureka Springs. It's a beautiful lake! Shopping, restaurants, water sports and recreation are all here around the lake.
Turpentine Creek - Turpentine Creek is an animal lover's paradise. Over 100 large animals have been rescued over the years, and include Lions, Tigers, Cougars, Leopards, Bears, Monkeys, Deer and Birds. Located on 450 beautiful acres in the Ozark Mountains 7 miles south of Eureka Springs, Arkansas on Scenic Highway 23, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is one of very few U.S.D.A. licensed shelters for large carnivores in the United States. They rescue neglected or unwanted animals and provide them with a safe home in a caring environment.
Opera of the Ozarks - A must visit for serious opera lovers or those just exploring opera as a new interest. Where the Students are the Stars! How about a night at the Opera? The Opera in the Ozarks has presented top quality performances for 56 years straight. You'll laugh at The Barber of Seville, you'll cry at Carmen! This professional company of young stars brings you great opera at the fraction of the cost of major city operas like the Santa Fe Opera or the Dallas Opera.
Spirit of Eureka - Get the inside scoop of Eureka Springs. This ia a site maintained by locals catalogueing the arts, culture, music and spirituality that makes Eureka Springs unique.
Eureka Springs Hoedown - The HOTTEST show in the Ozarks! Voted #1 in Country and Comedy in the Ozarks! You'll hear contemporary and classic country, bluegrass, pop, and lots of Gospel music from the HOTTEST band in the Ozarks! The Hoe-Down welcomes P. Nutt to the show...he'll have you rolling! Open mid-March through mid-December. Catch the bluegrass pre-show at 7:30pm, and the main show starts at 8pm!
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American Airlines - Don't want to drive? Northwest Arkansas has a regional airport (XNA.) Here is a great site to check for extra low special weekend fares to the area. Check the site often, as the specials change daily!
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