11 Singleton House
Bed and Breakfast

11 Singleton St.
In the Historic District
Eureka Springs, Arkansas














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From ASK BARB 479-253-9111 a Eureka Springs resident for 30 years at 11 Singleton House B&B -www.singletonhouse.com  800-833-3394 + www.agardenerscottage.com  "She knows every street and path and is a gold mine of information Arkansas, Off the Beaten Path.’

History of Eureka Springs

EUREKA PHOTOS not to miss:  http://s156.photobucket.com/albums/t21/kencapc/Fall%20Colors/  

Show times & special events http://eurekasprings.org/events Click the top button that says “Print this Week”.

Event-wise, there are many organized outdoor events in the Greater Eureka Springs area. Xmas Home Tour, The Victorian Classic 10K run,  sailing races, civil war reenactments at the Pea Ridge Military Park, trail clean-ups, Blue Spring Fest-event, Turpentine Creek Pow-Wow and Kite Festivals, FLW Fishing Tournament, Lewis & Clark Paddle Fest, sailing races, civil war reenactments at the Pea Ridge Military Park, trail clean-ups, Blue Spring Fest, Belle of the Ozarks "eagle watch" boat cruises, golf tournaments, the car shows, sporting tournaments, motorcycle rallies, and The Ozarks "X-Treme" canoe just to name a few.

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Check with attraction for updated prices... Local Area code is 479

Downtown Evening Art Strolls - www.ArtofEureka.com FREE -usually Saturday nights

ART COLONY- Visit with artists at work on N. Main St.  Hours: 11 AM -?-closed Tues & Wed 


BEAR MOUNTAIN RIDING STABLES - 253-6185 +  800-805-8005 Dude ranch, riding stables, barn dances, hayrides on 30 wooded acres. Barn is available for weddings and special occasions. Located on HWY 62W  Cost; Horseback riding $22.50, small children riding w/parent $10,I hour ride-Hayrides $10-Barn dances, ;  www.bearmountainlogcabins.com 

BELLE OF THE OZARKS   253-6200  800-552-3803       Cruise on Beaver Lake, 1 hour +15 min.  Cost; adults $20. under 12= $8 Cash or check only  HOURS; 11AM, 1 & 3PM closed Thursday, open May-Oct-Call for reservations  www.belleoftheozarks.com 

 BLUE SPRING HERITAGE CENTER  253-9244 Part of the Trail of Tears, on National Historic Register, 38 million gallons of water run through daily into the trout filled sparkling blue lagoon below. Blue Spring has a unique bluff shelter, Cost; adults $7.25,  kids 10-17 $4-- 9 & under free-Handicapped Accessible 253-2126 -- HOURS; 9AM-6PM March 15– Oct, Nov close @ 5PM  www.bluespringheritage.com 

There are 63 springs in Eureka with picturesque parks surrounding some plus there are many hidden beautiful trails within the city limits. A book of the locally used Historic District trails can be purchased at the library and museum for a self-guided architectural walking tour and a historic plaque trail. Eureka Springs also participates in the wildly popular geocaching.


  *CARNEGIE PUBLIC LIBRARY - Must see The library was donated to Eureka Springs by the steel magnate Andrew Carnegie. The library celebrated it’s  Centennial 2010. The front steps were part of the stairway that led up the hill to the Crescent Hotel. FREE + You can check your email

CASTLE ROGUES MANOR - 253-4911+800-250-5827  Located on 187 at Beavertown. Fantasy & enchantment abound in this old world style castle. Cost-adults $20, kids $10, Call for appointment. www.castleroguesmanor.com  

*CELESTIAL WINDZ-363-9588+981-3288-The world’s largest tuned windchime. 23S FREE sign guest book-Guinness Book of Records

CENTENNIAL MURAL=A mural 12 ft. high & 55 ft. wide depicting scenes from the early days of Eureka Springs. Designed by artist Louis Freund.    It adorns one wall of the Chandler Bldg on Main St. Free-Mud Street Café is down the stairs under the mural.

*CHAMBER of COMMERCE on 62E in Pine Mountain Village-Two Free movies on Eureka's history are showing continuously in the back room = The Way We Were= DVD on Eureka's History at the CofC=Great gift @ $15


On the grounds of The Great Passion Play. This majestic seven story statue was completed in 1966, sculpted by Emmet Sullivan who was one of the sculptors of Mt Rushmore. It weighs over 2 million pounds, the face is 15 ft long, hands are 7 ft from finger tips to the wrist, the arm span, fingertip to fingertip=65 ft Free 

COSMIC CAVERN     870-749-2298    1¼ hour guided tour in one of Arkansas’ most beautiful caves with many one-of-a-kind natural wonders. Named one of the top 10 show caves in the U.S. with 2 underground bottomless lakes where divers have never found the bottom and a lake with cave trout & rare, blind salamanders.  www.cosmiccavern.com 

DINNER BELL RANCH  253-2900 + 800-684-3324      Trail rides, also lunch & dinner rides. Cost-1 hr ride $25ea, 2 hr $50 ea, $10 more for small child riding with an adult.  ½ day ride $95ea, full day $150 ea w/ option of picnic lunch taken with you (they pack) tax incl. Saddle & Paddle; $45 ea, 1 hour horseback and canoe for 2 on the Kings River -Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner rides; approx 2 hrs $37.50 ea, 1 hr ride w/ cowboy cookout-Advance reservation required--Group hayrides 10+ for details HOURS; daily year round, Nov-Feb by reservation only - 62E to Rockhouse Rd- 5 miles   www.dinnerbellranchandresort.com

*DRUMMING in BASIN PARK –The FIRST SATURDAY of the month….come watch or bring something that makes noise. FREE


Button & doll museum free with cave tour- call first - Handicapped accessible=museum only

EUREKA SPRINGS & NORTH ARKANSAS RAILWAY-253-9623- Approximately 1¼ hour ride

Cost; Excursion only, Adults $12 ea, kids 4-10 $6 ea, under 4 free with parents

Lunch train; 12 noon, adults $22 ea, kids under 8=$11 ea, reservations required-

Dinner train; 5pm $36.50 ea (minimum age 5) reservation required....Love it

Choice includes prime rib, chicken almondine or fish/trout and comes with soup, salad, veggies,dessert, etc.else.  A great dinner experience (The $12 cost of the train ride is already built into the $36.50) Perfect for anniversaries.  Bring a camera.

 HOURS; Rides April-Oct, Tues-Sat 10:30am + 12 noon + 2pm closed  Nov-May 31
May- Oct =Lunch & Dinner train 

EUREKA SPRINGS GHOST TOURS     253-6800    Approx.1½ hrs  Cost; adults $17.50, kids under 9= $7.,
Hours: 8 PM  year round -Handicapped accessible

EUREKA SPRINGS HISTORICAL MUSEUM   253-9417  Across from the bank downtown

Located in the 1889 Calif House  95 S Main- 3 floors of history, Cory’s Log Cabin next door. Calif Spring on the north side of the museum served as an area community spring for several years.
 Adults $5.ea, kids 6 & under free www.eshm.org       HOURS; Mon-Sat 9:30-4, Sun.11-3  Handicapped accessible 1st floor and the cabin 

Fabulous new books on Eureka Springs at  www.camelot2k.magcloud.com

EUREKA VAN TOUR- 479-253-8737 + 981-1559 - MUST DO "THE BEST TOUR"   2 hour narrated tour of town + attractions. 7-10 people in LARGE VAN- You get to go inside places not just drive-by.  Includes Thorncrown Chapel, East Mtn Overlook, Train depot, Crescent Hotel, Historic District + more.  Cost = Adults $25+ kids 6 and under $10  Reservations & tickets are at the Chamber of Commerce @ Pine Mountain Village- 479-253-8737     

HOURS-10am+2pm daily or 4:30 by appt.  You should do this FIRST when you get to town*

GREAT PASSION PLAY  253-9200 + 800-882-7529  A cast of approx. 250 . www.GreatPassionPlay.com 

Cost=Passion Play adults $25 ea.  Kids 6-15 $12 ea.

Premier Pkg. Adults $65 ea.  Kids 6-15 $34 ea, includes everything

Exhibit Pkg.-Adults $15 Kids 6-15 $10 includes Living Bible Walking Tour,Sacred Arts & Bible exhibits, Museum of Earth History

Dinner Theater- Adults $27-Kids 6-15=$17,seating 4:30,show 5-7pm

Kids 5 and under free, opens 12pm                                

HOURS; May 7-Oct 31,CLOSED Wed & Sun. May-Aug 8:30 PM -7:30PM after Labor Day 

HILLSPEAK   253-9701

Located in Hillspeak atop Grindstone Mt. On Cty. Rd 102. The house was built circa 1860, big red barn built 1923, the Sacristy, cemetery, Chapel’s Good Friday Cross, library and trails are open to visitors.
The Society for Promoting & Encouraging Arts & Knowledge of the church. The Anglican Digest is published here

HIDDEN VALLEY TRAIL RIDES -253-7822  866-487-7822       www.hiddenvalleyguestranch.com Horseback riding in Hidden Valley Canyon, approx.1+ hr min.Cost; $30.Child sharing horse with adult $20 (small child) - Carriage ride; $100 couple, $50 single, 1 hour ride - HOURS; 9 AM- 6PM summer,10am – 4 pm winter, by appt-62W & Hidden Valley Ranch Rd 

HISTORIC DISTRICT TRAM TOURS  253-9572 - Narrated 1hr ride of historic district, stop at Crescent Hotel, open hot tram. Only goes around the historic loop
Cost; adults $10, kids
 11 & under $4.50 - Handicapped accessible- ONLY goes on Red loop
Feb. Fri-Mon 1 & 3 PM & March 1st-Oct, 1 & 3 PM daily
 - www.eurekatrolley.org      

INSPIRATION POINT www.inspirationpointview.com 
Located on 62W past Blue Spring Rd. Telescopes for a wonderful view of the White River/Valley. Free   

JACOB’S LADDER  One of the 10 flights of stairs in Eureka Springs leading from one street to another. Jacob’s Ladder has more than 200 steps which connect three streets. It begins on Jackson St, near Main & East Mountain, crosses Linzey Street and comes out on Copper St. FREE  

KEELS CREEK WINERY & ART GALLERY     253-9463 Hwy 62E, Taste room, art gallery - www.keelscreek.com   Hours; Wed-Sat 10 – 6PM, Sun-Tues 12 Noon- 5PM  

KINGS RIVER GOLF- 417- 858-6330+877- 852-8434 
18 hole course located @ Table Rock Lake.  9 hole walk $15 w/ cart $22 ea.18 hole walk $20 ea.w/ cart $33 ea-Open year round -Shell Knob,Mo. on HWY 39  - Handicapped accessible-www.kingsrivergolf.com  

*LITTLE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE  Listed on The National Register of Historical Places. Located at Beaver, Hwy 187 where the White River and Table Rock Lake meet. Arkansas’ only operating one lane suspension bridge, built 1948-49, featured in the movie Elizabeth Town.  FREE…..a sunset drive by the dam off hwy187 is a nice drive.    

LITTLE PORTION RETREAT CENTER    253-7379  HWY 62 east on Cty Rd 207.
The center is a ministry of the Brothers & Sisters of Charity, an integrated monastic community. The Center offers private pilgrimages, and retreats. Located off

OBSERVATION TOWERS  Two former forestry towers over 100 ft tall, used to spot fires. One at Pine Mountain Village on 62E, one at Razorback Gift Shop on 62W. A beautiful view of the area seen from high above. Cost $1 ea

Located on N. Main St across from Café Santa Fe, available for weddings on the carriage, funerals and tours 
Cost; $40 couple, approx 30 min. - Hours; Daily weather permitting, (closed Tues) call to reserve 

ONYX CAVE - 253-9321  Discovered in 1891, is one of the oldest show caves in Arkansas. Tours include beautiful underground formations Self guided tour with headsets approx.1hour-57 degrees year round-Button & doll museum included, gift shop. Cost; adults $5.ea,  kids 4-13 $2.50 ea, 3 and under free HOURS;Spring & Fall 9-3:30, Summer 8-5, Winter wkends only-Handicapped accessible museum only 

Cost; $25 first 4 rows, $20. house seats.  www.opera.org  HOURS; Summer - 5 miles west on HWY 62-handicapped accessible 

OZARK MOUNTAIN HOE-DOWN- 253-7725    comedy & country/bluegrass music show, family oriented, good clean fun.  Cost; adults $21.50, Seniors $20-Kids 12 & under FREE - HOURS-March–Dec.-closed Tuesdays,pre show 7:30, show 8 PM www.hoedown.net 

PINE MOUNTAIN JAMBOREE-253-9156 + 877-253-9156  www.pinemountainjamboree.com
Great family entertainment, country music & comedy. Gospel pre show, Free popcorn
Adults $19.95, seniors 62+ $18.95, 11 and under Free -  HOURS= 8PM….preshow 7:30PM 

PIVOT ROCK & NATURAL BRIDGE  253-8860   A famous attraction for over 100 years, in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not
Cost; Adults $4.50 ea, Kids 12 & under
 50cents, groups(12+) $4 ea HOURS; March 15th- Nov 27th 9-7:30 or dark daily 62 West, right on Pivot Rock Rd to the end     Not handicap accessible-Quite a hike

PROMISED LAND ANIMAL PARK   417-271-3324           www.promisedlandanimalpark.com
Cost; Adults $12 ea, kids 2-12 $8, seniors $8+tax  Handicapped accessible
HOURS; March/April 9-6, DST May-Sept 9-9, Oct/Nov 10-4
 - 10 miles north of Eureka Springs off 23N or Hwy 86

The Queen Anne Mansion

Following a four year, multimillion dollar restoration, the mansion opened in May 2010.  Featuring fanciful American Queen Anne style architecture, one of the most impressive collections of 19th century decorative arts, and stories of The Queen Anne Mansion's first family and their distinctive houseguests.

History- Built in 1891 by decorated Civil War veteran and mining industry businessman Curtis Wright, The Queen Anne Mansion was a modern marvel of the 19th century and a work of art. From the personal touches including mineral covered gables and limestone facing to the superb craftsmanship of hand carved stone and stained glass, The Queen Anne Mansion remains magnificent in scale and artful in details. 
A wraparound porch, moon windows, an asymmetrical roofline, multiple shingle patterns and balconies all work to create a distinctive exterior while the interior showcases a skylight to illuminate the main staircase, massive pocket doors, intricate metalwork, and hand carved woodwork by German and Italian artisans.

The Queen Anne Mansion is home to a private collection of 19th century decorative arts which include works by some of the most famous of their craft including works by John Henry Belter and J. & J. Meeks among others
 The Queen Anne Mansion has no shortage of stories from family, friends and remarkable feats. The Wright family and some of their famous friends including Buffalo Bill and best selling early 20th century author, Harold Bell Wright while also recapturing the history of The Queen Anne Mansion's move is amazing. Originally built in Carthage, Missouri, The Queen Anne was dismantled, moved, and reassembled in the current location in the 1980's.

QUIGLEY’S CASTLE    253-8311    The Ozark’s strangest dwelling, plants grow from the 1st floor to the roof, fulfilling Elise Quigley’s dream to sleep in the tree tops. Large butterfly, fossil, crystal & arrowhead collections. Beautiful outside gardens. Cost; adults $6.50 ea, kids 14 & under free-Not handicapped accessible HOURS; April 1st- Oct 31st 8:30pm-5pm, March-Nov. 10-5 -Closed Sun+Thurs.  www.quigleyscastle.com 

Red Bud Riding Stables guides are knowledgeable about plant & animal life. Trails cover a variety of terrain on a private wildlife preserve. 

SOUTHERN PRIDE CARRIAGE RIDES   870-749-2665   Beautiful white carriages leave for a 30 minute tour of the historic upper loop. Available for weddings or any special occasion. Cost; $30 couple, $50 for 4 people  - March & April 5-9PM, May-Oct 6-10PM, other months times vary. Closed Tues & Wed, closed May 29 & 30th, July 4th  and Halloween- Not handicapped accessible 

ST. ELIZABETH’S CATHOLIC CHURCH  253-9853, 253-8045 (GIFT SHOP) Built in 1906 as a tribute Richard Kerens parents.   Enter through the bell tower, walk the Stations of the Cross to the chapel.  Cost; donations 
April-Oct. 8:30-5, gift shop 9:30-4:30, Not handicapped accessible - Mass; Tues 5:30 PM, Thurs & Fri 8:30 AM, Sun 8:30 AM

 STEVE’S STABLES   253-5877 call to reservation Guided trail rides on the highest mountain in Carroll County, gentle horses, fun for all. Cost; $25 ea, kids riding with parent $5 ea, group of 4 or more 10% discount-not handicapped accessible-Hours; 9AM-4PM in season, hours vary rest of the year- 2 miles south on Hwy 23

THE ARTERY  Located on Front St.  All art work is For Sale

Silver Wings Aviation Field and Cadet Museum. .  

*THORNCROWN CHAPEL  253-7401- MUST SEE Award winning glass chapel, 48 feet tall with 425 panes of glass. . Thorncrown has been featured on NBC Nightly News and publications worldwide. It proudly displays 6000 square feet of glass in its unique architecture and has been called "one of the finest religious spaces of modern times." Designed by architect E. Fay Jones. Available for weddings Cost=donations- Hours; March-Dec-11 AM-4PM, April–Nov 9AM-5PM, closed Jan & Feb. handicapped accessible. Sunday services 9AM in glass chapel, 11AM in wooden chapel- 2 miles west of town on Hwy 62  

Currently have over 120 rescued big cats+bears and a variety of other animals & birds.
Adults $15, kids 3-12 $10 ea, under 3 free, seniors & veterans $10, Annual family membership=$80- Available for weddings
In season
 (daylight savings) 9 AM-7PM, winter 9AM-Handicapped accessible-partially
An hour before closing=
 4PM=feeding time - 7 miles south on Hwy 23  www.tigers.tc or www.turpentinecreek.org 

WAR EAGLE CAVERN - 479-789-2909  On the shore of Beaver lake, one hour guided tour, a bat's eye view of stunning underground scenery, nature paths, gem and fossil panning.  Gift shop & snacks.  Cost; adults $11.50 ea, kids 4-11 $6.75 ea, 3 & under free, group rates available Wild tours, 2-3 hour exploration. $39.95 ea, (get wet and muddy) Hours; March 14th-Oct., Mon-Sat, 9:30 AM-5 PM, Sunday 12 noon-5 PM-Nov=weekends only, closed Dec-Feb- Located on Hwy 12 on Beaver Lake, approx 25 minutes away. Handicapped accessible partially, trail to the cave is steep and difficult so a strong assistant is recommended, motorized chair does ok. Cave pathways are level and easy to walk. www.wareaglecavern.com

 WAR EAGLE MILL  479-789-5343 Arkansas’ only water powered gristmill, located on the War Eagle River. Purchase the mills’ flours, grains etc. Cost Free + Movie  Gift shop and Bean Palace Restaurant - craft shows in the spring & fall each year that are two of the highest attended craft fairs in the country. Handicapped accessible 1st floor only  Hours; March 1– Nov.daily 8:30 AM-5PM, Dec-Feb, Thurs-Sun only- www.wareaglemill.com 

Writer’s Colony - The 3rd Thursday of each month there is A Poet Luck=Bring a Vegetarian dish–Listen to readings + Read something short of your own.  

UNDERGROUND Downtown TOUR- Not many underground sites yet- Cost $12-child under 16 free w/adult- Cash only. On sale one hour prior to tour at kiosk in Basin Park. Tour begins in Basin Park; 90 minutes. Lots of stairs; Friday, Saturday & Sunday                                                     

Ozark Natural Science Center is a non-profit educational facility with a mission to enhance the understanding and appreciation for The Ozarks natural environment. There is a NOARK camp close by, and the Madison County Wildlife Refuge offers camping, hiking, & some hunting.

Click here to see list of films made totally or partially in Eureka Springs Arkansas

Click here for Walking/Driving Tours

Show times & special events http://eurekasprings.org/events Click the top button = “Print this Week”.


Event-wise, there are many organized outdoor events in the Greater Eureka Springs area. Xmas Home Tour=first weekend in December, The Victorian Classic 10K run,  sailing races, civil war reenactments at the Pea Ridge Military Park, Blue Spring Fest-event, Turpentine Creek Pow-Wow and Kite Festivals, FLW Fishing Tournament, Lewis & Clark Paddle Fest, sailing races, civil war reenactments at the Pea Ridge Military Park, trail clean-ups, Blue Spring Fest,Jazz Fest, Belle of the Ozarks "eagle watch" boat cruises, golf tournaments, Lots of car shows, sporting tournaments, motorcycle rallies, and The Ozarks "X-Treme" canoe just to name a few.













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