Hot Springs National Park Bathhouse Row Tour
Hot Springs National Park Bathhouse Row Tour

Bathhouse Row

A National Historic Landmark

Comprised of eight bathhouses, these stately structures owned by the National Park Service were constructed between the years of 1892 and 1923. The Row, described as “the grandest collection of bathhouses of [their] kind in the nation,” along with the Grand Promenade was designated as a National Historic Landmark District in 1987. Check out these unique vacation ideas for Hot Springs:

Hale Bathhouse is the oldest with most of the current structure being completed in 1892. It is at least the fourth building to be named Hale on The Row. 

Buckstaff Bathhouse
Maurice Bathhouse
Fordyce Bathhouse
Superior Bathhouse
Ozark Bathhouse