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Keels Creek is a boutique winery set right on the edge of town. Stop by their Spanish-style tasting room, and the staff will talk you through a free tasting of their boutique wines.
If you’re looking to get outside during your trip, Beaver Lake is the perfect place. Located just 20 minutes from the historic downtown, Beaver Lake boasts 28,000 acres of beautiful waters just begging to be explored.
Set in the woods just three miles from downtown, this wooden chapel is widely hailed as “one of the finest religious spaces of modern times” and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.
Located six miles from downtown Eureka Springs, Onyx Cave is yet another one of the most unique Eureka Springs attractions. The cave was discovered in 1891. It remains the oldest show cave in Arkansas and has been attracting tourists since way back in 1893.
Located just nine miles from the heart of downtown Eureka Springs, the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is a must for any animal lover.
Explore the two-story building, and you’ll find a range of informative permanent and temporary exhibits meant to preserve the history and heritage of Eureka Springs and its residents.
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