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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
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
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
This attraction tends to use the word "castle" rather loosely. It's a house. An impressively built house, but honestly not much to it. There's a cute garden and a house made out of rocks, as well as several "rock-art" pieces, but that's pretty much it....More
Admire the woman who planned and completed the rock work on the house and yard ornaments! Also appreciate the grand daughter who currently keeps the house and yard maintained--definitely a labor of love.
This place is worth the short drive, about 15 minutes from Eureka Springs. The countryside and views on the drive are nice too, lots of hills and farmland. Then you arrive at this house! Wow, someone had a crazy dream and brought it to life...More
I visited during a girls weekend a couple of years ago and found it so interesting. My young daughter loves nature so I went back with her. We were running behind and got there 30 minutes before close and the lady wouldn’t let us in!...More
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.