1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa

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• Journey down the back of the hotel and across Crescent Drive to find Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church, a building on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It was designed by noted American contractor and politician Richard C. Kerens. The church was built using leftover limestone from the 1886 Crescent Hotel’s construction.

• Hop on the city’s trolley system, the hotel’s shuttle van, or walk down the hill to the quaint Victorian village of the Eureka Springs Historic District. With a population of 2,000, the city—which in its entirety—is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. More than 100 shops, high-quality restaurants, art galleries, and nightspots are spread across what is affectionately known as the city’s “limestone canyon."

• Explore the many bodies of water just outside the city limits where three lakes and two rivers await. White River, King’s River, Beaver Lake, Lake Leatherwood, and Table Rock Lake are a great way to get a paddle wet while taking in some breathtaking scenery.
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