everyone needs to come and see it once because its wonderful and they are adding to it. Its the biggest Christ I have ever seen and then you need to stay for the play.
The Passion Play was closed, but they were doing a live nativity scene with refreshments and live entertainment in the banquet hall. The building that houses the art work was also open. Amazing paintings, definitely a sight to see.
The statue is huge and can be seen from many parts of town. But if you want to see it up close, I suggest doing it one time. It is a pretty drive to get there. There is parking. It is free. You do have to walk a bit to get to it, but there is concrete so it would... More
Very neat place to visit. Great views and great opportunity for photo ops. Lovely place to take the family for a picnic. Its on the passion play grounds which is also a neat place to see.
Pretty much a roadside attraction to lure in Passion Play people. Nice view but you don't need to drive all the way out there to see a nice view in Eureka Springs.
It was cold the day we went so realize this on a hill outside and take appropriate clothing. It was awesome to just sit there and soak it all in-it was a wonderful Christian experience.
Guide book photos had me expecting something like the Christ the Redeemer statue on Mt. Corcovado outside of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. It doesn't measure up to that, but it's still worth the short drive off of US62 or AR23 to see it. Put some money in the box on your way out - the statue is in dire... More
A great place to visit. Especially when the colors are so vibrant. There is an outlook down from the statue where you can see the Crescent Hotel and the view is just awesome. Great photo opportunities!
This statue was very impressive. I knew it was tall but when you get up to it you can't even imagine. We didn't get out because their were yellow jackets out on the status and grounds so we saw it from the back side.
I was a teenager on vacation with my parents. I cant remember too much. I think we were passing through and I must have seen this statue off the road and asked my dad if we could stop and see what was that stature. At that time, they were in the process of building a holy city and it was... More
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