Guests of The Inn at Rose Hall Bed and Breakfast in Eureka Springs will find the scenic Arkansas countryside and the fascinating town of Eureka Springs to be perfect complements to the cozy hospitality of this Victorian bed and breakfast. There’s plenty to do and see in the area — no matter what your desired pace or interests!
Day trip canoe adventures are less than 15 minutes away. Best river months are April to July, and depend on our rainfall. Schedule your paddle with Kings River Canoe or River Canoe and Kayak Floats.
If you love cars, you will love our Car Show weekends, including Mustang Weekend, VW Weekend, Antique Automobile Weekend, and Corvette Weekend.
Eureka Springs festive holidays are not to be missed! Dazzling Christmas lights, the Christmas Parade (featured on A&E in small town parades) and the Tour of Homes are just a small sampling of Christmas celebrations.
Since the 60’s, Eureka Springs has attracted a strong artist community. Ask the innkeeper for a list of our favorite galleries. Eureka Springs artists are featured throughout The Inn at Rose Hall.
This famous play of the passion of Christ opens in April and runs into the end of October. See the Great Passion Play website for details and pricing.
Enjoy a glimpse into Eureka’s multi-faceted history at our museum, 95 S Spring St. We highly recommend the Voices from Eureka’s Silent City that takes place in October. It is a living history tour featuring live actors in period costumes playing the roles of our early citizens.
Treat yourself and your loved one to a romantic ride in a horse-drawn carriage.
Ride through scenic Ozark mountain trails with Steve’s Stables, Red Bud Valley, Bear Mountain Riding Stables, and Diner Bell Ranch.
Musical acts grade the stage of the Auditorium in Eureka Springs year round. Recent acts include Willie Nelson, and Allison Krause. Chelsea’s Corner Café offers live music nightly.
Spend a day visiting the natural springs tucked into grottos all over town. Or visit the lovely Blue Spring Heritage Center, where 38 million gallons of cold clear water pour daily into a trout-filled lagoon.
Eureka Springs is a terrific shopping town, from antiques, to fine arts, to crafts, to clothing and souvenirs.
Capturing the flavor of our stair-stepped Victorian town should be done on foot for the full effect. Ask the innkeeper for a map for self-guided walking tours.