320 Nash Street
Hot Springs, AR 71913
Phone: (501) 624-3800
Fax: (501) 625-7710
Spend the day putting away your woes at the Pirate's Cove. This fantastic, pirate themed mini golf course boasts an enchanting array of spectacular displays and exciting obstacles. Make your way past gushing waterfalls, pirate ships and spooky caves as you move closer to victory. Fun for amateur golfers of every age, the Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf Course promises hours of enjoyment for all.
Stop by the Winery of Hot Springs for a tour of the Arkansas Historic Wine Museum and to taste some of this local winery's exquisite creations. From bold reds to crisp whites, the winery offers a selection of fine wines created with care from American and European grapes. Gift baskets and wine can also be purchased here.
Located on the shoreline of Lake Hamilton, Garvan Woodland Gardens is a botanical garden which is child-friendly and perfect for a family outing. The garden has a small chapel within its premises as well as a waterfall.
With its lavish decor and opulent details, the Fordyce Bathhouse is a sight that should not be missed. Although over a century old, the bathhouse remains an exceptionally well-preserved example of the many bathhouses of this kind that once flourished here. Visit the Fordyce Spring and watch a video presentation of the traditional bath regime. Spread over three floors, the bathhouse features a Men's Bath Hall, dressing rooms, a gymnasium, a music room and a bowling alley.
The Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo is a popular attraction among locals and tourists alike. This private zoo has been raising alligators for over a century. On the farm are over 200 alligators, as well as turkeys, wild boars, turtles, deer and pigs. Visitors can get up close and personal with these animals, and explore the museum to view the mounted collection of alligators.
Superior Bathhouse is a splendid brewery and tasting room that is surrounded by the lush, natural landscape of the Hot Springs National Park. Apart from a modest selection of their own microbrews, produced at the on-site brewery, the tasting room also offers its patrons a thoughtful selection of regional craft beers. Stop by the Superior Bathhouse to enjoy a sampling of unique beers and a light lunch.
The First Prebyterian Church, primly situated at Hot Springs in Arkansas is a fine historic church site. It was constructed in 1907 and represents the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture. The church strives to reach out at the varied communities and inculcate biblical values in them, thus helping their spiritual growth. The monumental church site is also featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to soar above a canopy of lush, verdant beauty, then the Adventureworks zip line tour is just what you've been looking for. Exhilarating and exciting, Adventureworks offers its guests an adventurous experience that they will cherish for years to come. Care is taken to ensure the safety of every guest, so fret not. Simply sit back and enjoy the ride.
The Hot Springs National Park gets its name from the fact that the town built and grew surrounded by and in the midst of hot springs. People have used this water for therapeutic baths to heal illness for thousands of years. The park includes portions of downtown Hot Springs, making it one of the most easily accessible national parks in the country. Interesting places to visit include the historic Fordyce Bathhouse, Bathhouse Row and visits to the still functioning bathhouses, both traditional and modern.
This summer get soaked in fun at the Magic Springs & Crystal Falls, this amusement-cum- waterpark has something for everyone and disappoints none. You can enjoy fun rides like Diamond Mine Coaster, Twist ‘n Shout, Arkansas Twister, Wild Thang or simply head to the water rides and slides like Rapid Falls Raceway, Bear Cub Bend, Kodiak Canyon Adventure River and so forth. It also has special rides like Krazy Cars, Looney Ballooney and Kit ‘n Kaboodle Express for the little ones. If all that splashing and swimming tires you out, you can replenish yourself at the various snacks and dining outlets. Apart from that, Magic Springs & Crystal Falls also hosts concert series, special theme events and family shows on a regular basis. For complete details and visiting hours, call ahead.