Eureka Springs is in the Holiday Spirit
Visit Eureka Springs for memorable, one of a kind holiday.
It all starts in Downtown.
Eureka Springs celebrates Christmas a little different… with Living windows and a shopping experience you won’t forget. Take a carriage ride, drive or stroll through town to see downtown lit up. Santa is in Basin Spring Park and many other events are happening during the EurekaSprings.com Christmas Festival.
Get exclusive access during the Holiday Tour of Homes.
See graceful Victorian homes decorated for the holidays on the Eureka Springs Preservation Society’s Annual Tour of Homes. Eureka Springs has one of the largest historical districts in the country. This self-guided tour means exclusive access to Victorian buildings and residences that are not open to the public. Period dressed docents greet you at the door. Brief tours and refreshments (and maybe even live music or carolers) make this tour a delight. Tickets are available at the Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce. 479.253.8737.
Eat cookies on the Sweet Treats Tour.
Nine Victorian Bed and Breakfasts serve their finest cookies and candy on the Sweet Treats Tour. If you have been wondering what the inside of these Victorian beauties look like, there is no better time to find out. Tickets are limited and can be purchased at the Bed and Breakfast Alliance of Eureka Springs.
Enjoy Christmas at the Crescent.
Live music performances, dozens of decorated trees, Dickens during dinner and so much more. Learn more at ChristmasattheCrescent.com.
Every child loves The Nutcracker.
Take a scenic drive to see the Moscow Classical Ballet perform The Nutcracker at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. The New York Times calls the troupe “phenomenal.” Tickets are available at the Walton Arts Center. 479.443.5600.
See more of what’s happening in Eureka Springs on the Official Eureka Springs Calendar of Events. Plan your vacation; check out Eureka Springs Lodging, Eureka Springs dining and Eureka Springs attractions.