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A must stop if you are in Eureka Springs. The historical elements as well as the beauty of the stained glass and stonework make is worth the stop. Take time to not just look but to admire the stations of the cross built into the...More
We visited this beautiful church on our trip to Eureka Springs. It is open daily to the public at no charge. They have a neat gift shop with many items for sale, including jewelry, cards key chains and religious medals.
The first time we were in Eureka Springs we missed this as it is hidden behind the historic Crescent Hotel. The grounds of the church are just beautiful with flowers and statues. The church itself is impressive as well. This is definitely worth stopping for.
What a neat church and grounds. We took about 30 minutes to walk through the bell tower and around the grounds and to enjoy the beautiful church itself. We did not go in the Gift Shop as it was closed. Definitely take a few minutes...More
We stayed at The Crescent Hotel and saw the church from the back porch. Walking through the bell tower where there is a statue of St. Elizabeth, then past the stations of the cross into the gardens was so serene. The grounds around the church...More
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No this beautiful church is free to enter for all but I'd suggest a donation to light a candle to help the church. This church is unusual in the sense that it's entered through the bell tower, according to that collector of... More
No this beautiful church is free to enter for all but I'd suggest a donation to light a candle to help the church. This church is unusual in the sense that it's entered through the bell tower, according to that collector of oddities, Ripley, it's the only such church in the world to be entered in such a way. Don't miss having a look at the Crescent Hotel just above the hill from St. Elizabeth's. It's a beautiful Victorian era Hotel with a long history and is considered by some to be one of the most haunted hotels in the USA.