Brought to you by EurekaSprings.com
Winter in Eureka Springs can be a great time to get out and explore! Battle cabin fever and bond as a family with these 5 things to do when it’s cold in and around Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Here are some ideas for things to do:
January 18th – 21nd, 2018
The Ozark Mountain Music Festival is a rocking fusion of Bluegrass, Folk and American Roots Music held annually at the Basin Park Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. This is a winter music festival like no other! The Basin Park Hotel has invites festival goers to come camp inside on a chilly January weekend! The Ozark Mountain Music Festival is the spot for hot music and great memories.
This is a one-of-a-kind experience that doesn’t rely on the weather! At Cosmic Cavern, visitors are led underground through one of the Ozarks prettiest caves. The North Lake Passage is one of Arkansas most incredible underground jewels. Cosmic Cavern’s fun-for-all-ages cave tour is approximately a 1hr and 15 minute walking tour in the warmest cave in the Ozarks. Open Daily in December and Weekends only starting February. Check their website for tour times, tickets and info.
Beginning January 6th, shows are on Saturday at 8pm at the Aud.
Experience an evening of Mystery and Intrigue with Sean-Paul the Illusionist and Juliana Fay, as the Ghost Talker– featuring special guests from the other side. The evening begins as guests enter a century-old building that only seats 75 people. Click here for tickets.
Explore the dark parts of the Crescent hotel while exploring it’s dark past! Try the indoor-only Crescent Ghost Tour of America’s Most Haunted Hotel, where some guests checked out…but never left. The Crescent has been featured on popular shows like Ghost Hunter’s and Bio Channel’s My Ghost Story. Tours gain exclusive access to some of the most famous ghost sighting locations. Click here for tour times and tickets.
Open 9:30 – 4PM Mon- Sat, Sun. 11- 3PM
Step inside the Eureka Springs Historical Museum and be transported back through the history of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Located downtown in the historic 1889 Calif House, this Museum will educate and entertain. The museum houses a variety of permanent and changing exhibits, features the Springs of Eureka and is preserving the history and art of this health resort town and its people. Learn how “this chaotic tent city of 10,000 souls exploded into a Victorian Health Spa with 54 luxurious hotels”.