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“Beautiful”

St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

This is a small church, but a very beautiful one. The stain glass windows are wonderful and artful. The grounds are well maintained and the flowers are very pretty as well. I recommend you visit this little church.

Thank shborders
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

We visited St. Elizabeth's many times over the last 19 years. We were married in Eureka 19 years ago and now have lived here for the last 14 months. We became members of St. Elizabeth's Parish when we moved. The Church itself is beautiful and has a really interesting history. We work in the gift shop the third Monday of every month from 1P - 4P.. Come see us and I will be glad to tell you a lot of the history.

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Reviewed March 20, 2013

If you are in Eureka Springs you can hardly miss this lovely church, in a lovely garden setting with views of the town. Famously entered thru a bell tower, but that's the least of its charms. Gift shop.

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Reviewed March 18, 2013

nice chapel. Enter through the bell tower, which is unique. Very small, but quaint grounds around the chapel.

Thank Lynn M
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Reviewed March 14, 2013

I loved how small it was, and so all the standard Catholic arts and rites surrounded one. As with all the buildings in the old, main section of town, the stone building hugged the slope -- and we entered through the belfry.

Thank Connie B
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