Eureka Rocket

Renee Cordle
Renee Cordle
2024-05-28
Highly recommend the Rocket Tour! David is a wealth of information on Eureka Springs. He covers way more ground than you would walking. Interesting town when you know the backstory.
Ashley Morris
Ashley Morris
2024-05-25
David was a wonderful guide- we stumbled upon this tour after talking with some locals. It’s a must do!
kate sureck
kate sureck
2024-05-25
A wonderful experience! So much information and very entertaining
Lisa Gewax
Lisa Gewax
2024-05-23
David was a great tour guide, we learned so much about the history of Eureka Springs!
Crystal Norton
Crystal Norton
2024-05-19
I highly recommend Rocket tour!!! The best experience in Eureka Springs!!
Steve Lutz
Steve Lutz
2024-05-17
The most amazing and friendly ride! Thank you!!!
Leigh Ann Wallace
Leigh Ann Wallace
2024-05-17
Awesome experience!!
Mark Carson
Mark Carson
2024-04-15
Cool place
Tom Elman
Tom Elman
2024-04-09
Absolutely fascinating tour of Eureka Springs! David was fun and informative, and he packed a lot into an hour and a half. It's a great way to see the town and get some history. I definitely recommend it!

Experience Eureka Springs Like Never Before!

Get ready to blast off through history on the Eureka Rocket! Explore the quirkiest and coolest small town in America with a personable and professional local guide. You will take a deep dive into the story of the magic water that is the reason Eureka Springs was founded. Learn about the architecture and the civil engineering miracle, as well as entertaining stories about colorful, notorious and mystical characters who have graced our presence over an improbable 140-plus-year history.

It is the most amazing history lesson you will ever have, and all while Rocketing in style. Avoid the worst part of “The Stair Step Town” and see 20 times more in a fun and entertaining hour and 45 minutes.

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Experience the Magic

The history of Magic Water in Eureka Springs goes back through native legends at least 1000 years. Dr Alvah Jackson “discovered” Basin Spring in 1856 (Much the same way Columbus “discovered” America) and when the general public found out about it in 1879 the town exploded to over 15,000 residents in a year.

People came from all over the world, to take the magic cure. They would go to 10-12 springs a day, sampling the water, to be sure they were drinking the one that would magically cure whatever ailed them. And there are dozens of stories of miraculous cures for almost any disease you can imagine. We will recreate that 19th-century pilgrimage from Spring to Spring, recounting the stories of some of those pilgrims.