Great Passion Play & Christ of the Ozarks Statue
Enjoy a cast of 150 actors in biblical costumes as they present the last days of Jesus Christ in a compelling theatrical production. In addition, you can visit a nearby statue of him that’s 67 feet tall.
Ozark Mountain Hoe-Down Music Theater
Bring the family to enjoy singers and musicians perform your favorite country, bluegrass, and Gospel songs. A comedy troupe will have you in stitches with hilarious sketches and characters.
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
This 459-acre Big Cat refuge is home to an amazing array of rescued lions, tigers, and cougars. Take a guided tour of the natural habitats and learn how these creatures are being nursed back to health.
Ozark Mountain Ziplines
Hop on a zipline and enjoy the ride of your life. Soar as high as 200 feet above a lush hardwood forest. Guides will tell you about the diverse animal and plant life of the Ozarks.
War Eagle Mill
The only working mill in the state of Arkansas produces organic flour for a variety of products, from mixes to cereals. You can learn all about the history of the mill via a self-guided or guided tour.
Boasting a Frank Lloyd Wright-style design, Thorncrown is one of Budget Travel’s “12 Most Beautiful Churches in America.” In 2000, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.