There are a lot of things to do in Eureka Springs that are both fun and entertaining for the whole family. If you are religious or just want to get some information, you can go to the Bible Museum. While this is a museum that does pertain more to Christianity, you can learn a great deal about the Bible's history and ancient scriptures.

The Eureka Springs Historical Museum is located on Main Street and is open seven days a week for those who want to explore the early history of Eureka Springs from its founding as a place of 'healing waters' in the late 1880s through the Victorian era boom and later as the 'motor age' developed a new tourism era. The Historical Museum hosts on the third floor an art gallery of the early regional artists of the WPA era and a log cabin with hands on exhibit of early settler life.

Eureka Springs also has a large number of art galleries showcasing works of local, regional and internationally known artists and centers that display great works of art. One such center is the Sacred Arts Center. This museums has well over 1,000 art pieces that are specific to religious themes. Overall, Eureka Springs is a very religious area, and most of the activities there focus on Christianity.

Recently opened after a four year multi-million dollar renovation is The Queen Anne Mansion House Museum. This 12,000 sq ft mansion was built in 1891 in Carthage, MO by Curtis Wright, a local business owner of lead and mineral mines. The house was purchased in 1985 and moved to Eureka Springs where the former owners used it as a bed and breakfast.  The mansion currently houses a magnificant collection of museum quality furnishings and is a delightful representation of Victorian elegance. The gateway onto the property is a home built in the 1880's by a local businessman, currently used as the ticket office and gift shop. Open Daily 10am-5pm, Self-guided tours are $15 for adults, $9 for children 12 and under. Docent-led tours are available daily at 5pm by reservation.

Walk the Turtle Moon Community Meditation Labyrinth at the Retreat at Sky Ridge in Eureka Springs West near Beaver Lake. Open year round and free to the public. Visit www.RetreatatSkyRidge.com or call 479-253-9465 for details.

Castle Rogue’s Manor is a fantasy of architecture 16 years in the making overlooking Tablerock Lake & the “Little “Golden Gate Bridge” in the riverside village of Beaver, 6 miles from Eureka Springs. Now available for special events, weddings, & private guided tours. Tour highlights include rare art & medieval weaponry collection, Great Hall & Gatekeepers Tower presentations, history of the area & construction methods, a walk through the grounds, and many photo opportunities.

The Castle was designed & built by owner/resident Smith Treuer, whose worldwide travels & love of art and history sparked his creative genius to build a monument dedicated to craftsmanship, architecture and family. Situated on 20 acres of sprawling Ozark forest, Castle Rogue’s Manor stands regally upon limestone cliffs towering over Tablerock Lake. Presenting unparalleled scenic views & 15,000 sq. ft. of fantasy, the Castle provides the areas most unique wedding & special event venue. Private guided tours are also available for individuals & groups by appointment. For guided tour appointments, call 866-696-2847. For details & photos, visit Castle Rogue's Manor.