If you are interested in art, heritage, and culture, Italian artist Giuseppe Percivati, known as Pepe Gaka, has done an array of murals around Hot Springs including many that celebrate African America...
It is no secret that Hot Springs is a town filled with wonderful spots to visit and explore. It is also a town that revels in the offbeat.
January is Eagle Awareness Month in Arkansas.
A stop by Crystal Ridge Distillery in Hot Springs offers a chance to experience the mountain roots of Arkansas moonshine.
Located among a canopy of trees in the forests of the Ouachita Mountains is a unique luxury rustic option to stay at while you are in Hot Springs.
Throughout the year you can take a haunted walking tour of Hot Springs.
Riding Highway 7, which holds title as Arkansas’s first state-designated scenic byway, is a delight to travel via motorcycle.
Craft beer is a popular part of the culinary scene in Hot Springs.
There are a few spots in and around Hot Springs where you can get some zip lining in.
Magic Springs Theme and Water Park is located in Hot Springs and is Arkansas’s only theme and water park.