Open Daily 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. | Closed Sun + Wed | $5 Admission
We're excited to announce the launch of a very special temporary exhibit featuring items from Rebecca Becker's fascinating Crescent College History Project.
Rebecca has spent many years studying the women of the Crescent College, interviewing family members and collecting rare objects and photographs. You are cordially invited to catch a rare glimpse into these young women's lives and their unique education at the “Castle on the Hill" above Eureka Springs.
Exhibit runs May 17 – August 30, 2022
A self-guided tour through our museum illustrates the history of the healing springs and the founding of our city. Permanent and temporary exhibits depict the indigenous people who first discovered the springs, the hardships of pioneer life, the Victorian renaissance that transformed Eureka Springs into a world-renowned health resort, and the arts and counter-culture movement that shaped us into the “town where misfits fit."
The Eureka Springs Historical Museum is excited to announce that we have been invited by our friends at Gotahold Brewing to present another historical program! This time, we are digging up footage from old 8mm and 16mm film reels that feature vintage scenes, colorful characters, and events in Eureka Springs.
Main Street Eureka Springs has selected the Eureka Springs Historical Museum as the beneficiary for this fun downtown event. Join us at Brews coffee shop from 5-7PM. Admission with a $10 donation at the door. Raffle prizes will be available for a purchase of a stretch of tickets. All funds raised are split evenly between the two 501c3 nonprofits.
Witches and Wizards take flight! We are excited to announce the return of this mysterious and magical immersive adventure through downtown Eureka Springs.
The Eureka Springs Historical Museum presents the twelfth annual “Voices from Eureka’s Silent City” living history tours at the city cemetery.