Hot Springs has a thriving art scene that has been a trademark of the city for decades.
There are more than 100 exhibits at Mid-America Science Museum. Among the many interesting items to see there are four fanciful creations of Rowland Emett.
Hot Springs National Park, which is the oldest unit within the National Park System, is a great fall and winter destination because of the park's namesake attraction.
You can still visit some of your favorite Arkansas attractions via virtual efforts across the state to keep the community connected to the many places that make Arkansas unique.
Magic Springs Theme and Water Park in Hot Springs has an awesome distinction of being Arkansas’s only theme and water park.
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.
Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort at 2705 Central Avenue in Hot Springs has been one of the top Thoroughbred racetracks in the nation since the early 1900s.
Throughout the year you can take a haunted walking tour of Hot Springs.
The Bob and Sunny Evans Tree House can found at Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs and is an architectural marvel to behold.
The Josephine Tussaud Wax Museum in Hot Springs is housed in a prime location on 250 Central Avenue.