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All reviews trail of tears trout short video gift shop million gallons blooming flowers native americans feed the fish lovely walk white river visitor center enjoy nature couple hours natural beauty rock formations beautiful place to visit beautiful area
Located just a short drive from town. As you visit, think of more then the garden, paths and spring. But also that this was part of the historical trail of tears. Visit the small theater for the short film of the history. Having climbed the...More
The grounds were beautiful and the visitor center was well appointed and staffed very well. We enjoyed the movie and the tour. Plan on two hours, at least to properly see everything. It also has at least 100 steps and requires the physical ability to...More
The springs is beautiful and serene but the stairs down and up are literally to die for! That is if you are over 50! Use the handicap walkway to the right as you enter and life will be more pleasant. They have put in a...More
Date of experience: September 2018
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John C, General Manager at Blue Spring Heritage Center, responded to this reviewResponded September 19, 2018
If you're visiting Eureka Springs, this is one of the places you'll come. It is a nice enough gardens to have a nice walk with your friends and family. Enjoy the flowers in bloom and the spring. It isn't an extensive botanical gardens or arboretum,...More
What a beautiful experience. The woman in the gift shop/entrance was very helpful - and I was jealous because she gets to look at that view every day!
A lot of stairs - however the entire thing is wheelchair accessible...it may be a bumpy ride,...More
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No swimming is allowed. And I agree with Rich C. there is no place to dangle feet in the water. (After our walk through the area, I asked in the gift shop where is the location to "dangle feet in the water". I was told... More
No swimming is allowed. And I agree with Rich C. there is no place to dangle feet in the water. (After our walk through the area, I asked in the gift shop where is the location to "dangle feet in the water". I was told there is not a place, they said that information is incorrect.)