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Eureka Springs, AR

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Eureka Springs Steam Locomotive

Eureka Springs Steam Locomotive

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Queen Anne Mansion

Queen Anne Mansion

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Downtown Eureka Springs

Downtown Eureka Springs

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At the turn of the 20th century, people flocked to Eureka Springs because they believed the waters of the area had special healing powers. Today, this northwest Arkansas town of 2,500 supports dozens of spas, and has become a bed-and-breakfast mecca, with more than 80 B&Bs. A thriving resort town, Eureka Springs is home to nearly 400 resident artists who showcase their work in some 100 specialty shops, including fine crafts and art galleries. Outdoors enthusiasts of every variety are also attracted to this historic community tucked away in the Ozark Mountains, where scenic rivers, clear lakes, and convenient camping frame one of the best-preserved communities in the United States.

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See Much-Honored Thorncrown Chapel
See Much-Honored Thorncrown Chapel

The American Institute of Architects chose this ethereal glass-and-wood marvel in the woods as one of the top 10 building designs of the 20th century.

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A (Historic) Room With a View
A (Historic) Room With a View

Built of local limestone in 1886, the Crescent Hotel & Spa sits atop a hill with panoramic vistas. Enjoy the view from the top-floor Sky Bar balcony.

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Take a Walk Through Time
Take a Walk Through Time

The entire downtown area is on the National Register of Historic Places. See why as you admire Victorian architecture along winding Spring Street.

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7 Safety Tips for Traveling Alone

Traveling solo? Follow these safety tips when going places on your own.

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Lions and Tigers and Bears and More
Lions and Tigers and Bears and More

Housing more than 130 animals, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge provides a comfortable home for rescued big cats and other exotic wildlife.

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Keep Travel Memories Alive With Custom Online Photo Albums

Use these tips to choose an online photo book service and create your own personalized photo album to share your travel memories with family and friends.

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Civil War History on Display
Civil War History on Display

Site of an 1862 clash that “saved Missouri for the Union,” Pea Ridge National Military Park is one of America’s best-preserved Civil War battlefields.

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