Our first day there, we visited Thorncrown Chapel. This magnificent building has 425 windows and over 6000 square feet of glass. It fits in perfectly with it's gorgeous setting.
After leaving here we stopped at Quigleys Castle. This is a home that was built in 1943. Elise Quigley seems to have been quite an eccentric woman. She collected rocks and wanted to have a home that invited the outdoors in, so she designed her home to do that.
She must have been an unusual woman, and I think her husband must have been quite tolerant!
After this, we spent some time in Eureka Springs. This city is full of beautiful old houses. It's a very hilly area, so the city is built on many levels. Walking around in town means you go up and down a lot of staircases.
This was such a fun day, with lots of walking and so many beautiful things seen!