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Quigley's Castle

274 Quigley Castle Rd, Eureka Springs, AR 72632-9144
+1 479-253-8311
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We Would Have Liked Mrs. Quigley

We love nature, history and rustic, quaint homes and Quigley's Castle is all of these. Although the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Teri_LH
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Michigan
a good surprise

This was a very interesting place to visit. Not what I expected when it was called a castle... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
caroljf24
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Fargo, ND
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  • Excellent46%
  • Very good30%
  • Average14%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible6%
Travellers talk about
“unique house” (16 reviews)
“bottle trees” (13 reviews)
“plants growing” (12 reviews)
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274 Quigley Castle Rd, Eureka Springs, AR 72632-9144
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+1 479-253-8311
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"unique house"
in 16 reviews
"bottle trees"
in 13 reviews
"plants growing"
in 12 reviews
"original owner"
in 11 reviews
"rock sculptures"
in 7 reviews
"two stories"
in 5 reviews
"interesting place"
in 12 reviews
"one of a kind"
in 13 reviews
"self guided tour"
in 17 reviews
"interesting history"
in 6 reviews
"turpentine creek"
in 6 reviews
"granddaughter"
in 88 reviews
"rocks"
in 91 reviews
"quirky"
in 53 reviews
"lady"
in 43 reviews
"butterfly"
in 15 reviews
"collection"
in 26 reviews
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We love nature, history and rustic, quaint homes and Quigley's Castle is all of these. Although the woman that greeted us didn't have a bubbly, personable attitude, she was polite and I think she could tell that we really were interested in the history so...More

1  Thank Teri_LH
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a very interesting place to visit. Not what I expected when it was called a castle. Amazing that someone could build this place. The plants indoor and out were great. What this woman could make with all these rocks is unbelievable. The admission...More

2  Thank caroljf24
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I was lucky to have my baby shower thrown here and I absolutely LOVED it! The Smiths were so warm and inviting! They shared their beautiful house with my family and friends! The house was so beautiful and the stone garden was gorgeous! I have...More

1  Thank Kyla M
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Definitely Ozark's Strangest Dwelling as described. Mrs. Quigley enjoyed the outdoors and designed her home accordingly. She then named it as her castle. The home is still in the family and is a wonderful stop in the tour of the Ozarks.

1  Thank Gabby S
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The home is still in the Quigley family (the person who toured us around was a family member). You can go through this home several times and still see things that you did not see before. Amazing story behind it on how the home came...More

2  Thank jburrowmas
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Reviewed 20 April 2018

You have to set up your visit in advance, but it is well worth it to someone like me who picks up interesting rocks and collects all sorts of oddball things. This woman must have been an interesting person...I wish I could have met her!

2  Thank sharonsG2367YY
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Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

It is marketed as the strangest dwellings. It is an interesting place for sure. It’s $7 per adult person. It is a self guided tour of the house and grounds of Mr and Mrs Quigley. She loved art and rocks and covered her house in...More

2  Thank Julie Y
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

It's best to come here in the middle of summer. That being said it's a fun quirky little place with a really interesting history. Try it out if you have an hour or so to kill.

Thank SterlingSmithJames
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Reviewed 26 March 2018 via mobile

We were greeted by the granddaughter (and current owner and resider) of the woman who designed this house. She gave us a brief background of the house and then invited us to tour the home and grounds. There were information sheets posted throughout that we...More

1  Thank SandyK1962
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Reviewed 23 March 2018

We visited on 3/21/18 and had a little tea cup Yorkie in a shoulder bag. Lady at entrance gate said "no dogs allowed", even though it was not noted on brochure, nor website. Also as we left, we asked a couple of questions of her...More

Thank Colene M
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brandalini79
12 July 2017|
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Response from Kenneth R | Reviewed this property |
Elderly with limited mobility would have a very difficult time touring this house. They could likely make their way around the outside, but the house is not handicap accessible and requires climbing steps and stairs.
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bettypeterson72
30 April 2017|
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Response from MA R | Reviewed this property |
We went on the weekend in the afternoon.Would call to find out if your going on weekdays!
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huskerkara
1 February 2017|
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Response from Nina112856 | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunity, no. This is private property.
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