Eureka Springs Historic loop and architecture

The Queen Anne Mansion of Eureka Springs, Ar

The Queen Anne Mansion (above) was originally built in Carthage Missouri and taken apart and moved to Eureka Springs where is was reassembled and is now a crown jewel of architecture in Eureka Springs.   Each home along the loop has its own story to tell as most of the homes are over 100 years old.

Historic Penn Castle 

Historic Penn Castle (right) built in 1880 by William Penn and is now one of the most visited homes in the Historic District on the Loop in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  This “Castle” is said to be haunted and has been featured on many “ghost hunting” Tv shows.

Eureka Springs White Streetwalk on the Historic Loop –


One of the best nights of the year in Eureka Springs. Walk down White Street and visit the artists established along the road, in the driveways and also front lawns of all your homes along White Street. Precious jewelry, ceramic, paints, & anything else you may desire are showcased on this lovely night. Do not miss it – one of the most colorful, and sociable nights of the year when the Artistic community is on display in Eureka Springs.

The Eureka Springs Historical Museum

 

The Eureka Springs Historical Museum Is Located In The center Of The Historic District At 95 S. Main In Calif House, Built-In 1889. Its Mission Is To gather, Preserve And Exhibit The Documents, Photographs, And Artifacts Pertaining To The History Of Eureka Springs, (Carroll County), And Surrounding Areas. Explore the amazing Past Of This wonderful Town with folks that called it home. An incredible array Of documents, pictures, nick nacks, certificates, personal belongings, as well as many more eurekan Artifacts Are part of the exhibit. We Provide A Newly Renovated Main Floor With New Exhibits That Tell The Story Of Eureka Springs. We Also Have A additional Floor With displays, As Well As An Art wing That shows eurekan Artisans That launched The Artistic movement In this Victorian village.