Hello! This is my third and final post of our family visit to Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Scroll down if you missed the first two posts.
After touring the downtown shops, we started to walk uphill to see some of the beautiful residential homes. At the top of the hill, we discovered this beautiful Historic Hotel. It is called The Crescent Hotel and was built in 1886 and is absolutely gorgeous! That's me standing in front of one of their signs.
HERE on their website. We were also able to climb up to the very top of the hotel using an exterior railing and saw some magnificent views like the one below.
Before we headed out of town, we decided to see the Christ of the Ozark's Statue. Eureka Springs is known for it's great Passion Play which has been performing since 1968. It is an outdoor theatre with a permanent set, 125 actors, and live animals. We did not go to see it, so I can't give you a review. The reason we chose not to see it is because they only do night performances, starting at 8:30 p.m. Well, our hotel was over two hours away, and Eureka Springs is not an easy town to find. We couldn't imagine trying to find our ways out of the Ozarks in the dark! So, we skipped it. BUT if I ever get back to Eureka Springs, and get a room at the Crescent Hotel, I will definitely attend a performance.
Have a great day! Amy