Historic Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Historic Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Eureka Springs, Arkansas (B)

Eureka Springs brings back memories of my childhood walking the streets with my parents and grandparents, eating saltwater taffy and a hotel cat. Over the weekend, I got to walk down those streets again.

The town of Eureka Springs is nestled in the Ozark Mountains in Northwest Arkansas. It has been a tourist destination since the before the town was founded in the 1880s. This was mainly due to the natural springs found in and around the town. Spa treatments are still a popular activity now.

Shopping – Even I like shopping in Eureka Springs. In the past, there seemed to be more antique stores than there are now, but there are still some great stores. There are several clothing stores that sell a variety of things. On this trip, I picked up some jewelry, a linen dress, a kimono and a tank top. The prices are also a good range. If you love antiques, there are a few of those left. The kids will love the variety of candy stores, including one that makes saltwater taffy, Sweet Fudge’s Kitchen. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Historic Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Guide Location: USA » Eureka Springs
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tiffany Schureman
Read it on Author's Website: http://agirlandherpassport.com/eurekasprings/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Sweet Fudge’s Kitchen
  • The Basin Park Hotel
  • The Crescent Hotel